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Can Anyone Tell Me Where I Can Get A Build Sheet For The Above Vin?
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Originally Posted by sunshynegirl
Can Anyone Tell Me Where I Can Get A Build Sheet For The Above Vin?
Thank You
Some info is available on your '94, Canadian built, Pontiac Formula w/LT1 engine- for a fee- from PHS, but not a build sheet, per se.

Hemmings on PHS: "Pontiac Historic Services ( is licensed by General Motors to provide build data and other documentation on cars from the past. For $35 and the VIN number of your interest, PHS will provide the most complete packet of VIN-specific background information offered for any American marque. The packet includes a copy of the factory invoice or billing history, a letter decoding the options installed on that particular car and a copy of the original dealer's order form."

You might also contact the GM Canada Customer Communications Centre for vehicle reports for GM cars sold in Canada, although I don't know if they have info on a car as 'new' as yours:
GM Canada Customer Communications Centre
Vintage Vehicle Services
800-263-3777 (in Canada)
905-644-4060 (from U.S.)

Have you looked up under all the seats? Under the rear seat carpet? They sometimes get stuffed into some strange places, under the dash, even. Do a thorough inspection- you might get lucky.

Good luck.

EDIT- The cost is more than what's listed above: "The cost of each information packet is $65.00 ($75.00 U.S. for international orders)."

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