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Old 02-24-2004, 06:26 PM
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Reproduction Window Stickers And Build Sheets.

I am doing all I can to get NOS literature, and publications that pertain to my 1981 Chevrolet Malibu Classic.
I have so far aquired the following:

1981 Chevrolet Cars (dealer showroom brochure) NOS

1981 Chevrolet Malibu (dealer showroom brochure) NOS

'81 Chevy Recreation & Trailering Guide (dealer showroom brochure) NOS

Chevy's Exterior Colors For 1981 (dealer showroom brochure) NOS

1981 Chevrolet Exterior Color Selector (dealer only item) Very Good Condition

Chevrolet Dealer Order Guide And Quick-Spec binder (dealer only item) VGC

The Color Selector is a wire bound dealer version of the Colors For 1981.
The Quick-Spec binder shows the entire Chevrolet line-up including trucks and vans, and contains the RPO codes and descriptions of each, it also includes GM updates for the binder sent from GM including changes that were made and recommendations.

I am interested in aquiring more if I can find it in VGC (Very Good Condition) or NOS (New Old Stock), anything else that would contain the 1981 Malibu with or without other Chevrolets.

I am also interested in blank reproduction window stickers (sales sheets with the options listed individually), and build sheets (the kind that were usually found on cars under the back seat), or blank RPO decals like those founs in the glove compartment or in the trunk affixed to the trunk lid its-self.

I know it's not a "100-point" show car, but it's a super nice example of what you would have found in the dealer showroom in 1981, and I am looking for as much as I can to give examples of this to participants at the car shows I attend.

PM me with any info you might have on the things I have listed above, and where I can aquire them.

Thanks in advance.

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