Oh man, that would be great! If you figure out where that is available from let me know! Would be awesome to see... but if not, I'm happy with having my tank sticker.I got my factory invoice for my "St. Louis" 1981 as it was on microfilm. It cost 50 bucks...and I'm trying to find the source. Apparently they transferred some old GM records way back. Anyone remember the name of the place? You can get the invoice of just about anything from the seventies I seem to recall. Just as good or better than the build sheet.
I got that package and was somewhat disappointed. I recall it being somewhat generic. I'm looking for the company that I bought my invoice from and will advise.Do you at least know the VIN?
Try this out: GM Restoration Package
The Lady on the phone when I ordered mine said it would contain all the original specs of the car when it was manufactured. I told her the color codes were faded and she said they would be in the packet.
Once it arrives I will kow for sure.
That's BS. St. Louis did not keep the records. Bowling Green was not supposed to keep records either, but they did. Plant managment personnel got permission from GM to donate what they had to the museum. The museum has build records for most - but not all - Bowling Green built C3s....build sheet records from St. Louis were transferred to Bowling Green. They were then all lost in a fire...
I`ve even heard some were wrapped around the rear struts and some were under the rear spring cover. Mine was on top of the tank where they are supposed to be. The missing piece was unreadable and unremovable and had to be scrapped along with what was left of the tank.Reminder: other than the tank sticker, copies of build sheets have been found tucked in the wiring behind the speedo/tach; tucked in the wiring behind the gauge cluster; behind either kick panel; tucked in the springs under a seat; and under the carpet in the rear storage area.
Tom Russo (Hunt4CleanAir) published this one ('78):...I`ve even heard some were wrapped around the rear struts and some were under the rear spring cover...
My tank sticker was glued (not taped) the same way and it was still there after 30 years and almost 85000 miles. The missing part of my build sheet was the part that was glued, the rest was just hanging there just like that white `81 I`m guessing the buildsheets that weren`t glued to the tank were removed because someone wanted to check something and then he\she\it\whatever had to put it back wherever their superiors wouldn`t see it when the body was dropped and the tank could no longer be reached.Tom Russo (Hunt4CleanAir) published this one ('78):
81 production at St. Louis. They would not have lasted long taped to the tank:
Wonder where this copy went?
JET: You aren't missing anything of importance in the missing portion of your sticker. The "good stuff" is typed across the bottom and is farily legible.