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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Chaddy, Aug 31, 2006.
Found it tearin apart the inside
WTF is a "girder beam front suspension"? Cool decal though.
Word to FWP...
sweet, I have the one that came with my 96 Blazer, not as neat but close. I wish I had the one for for my 71 C20
i found this one in the K30 i bought a couple years ago. foudn it tucked up on top of hte steering column behind the gauge cluster...
I like how it sais the "estimated annual fuel cost"
Where was it located?
....aramp its right under the gas mileage info
I suppose I wasn’t quite specific enough. Chaddy stated he “found it tearin apart the inside” The question I posed was directed at the location inside the vehicle that the vehicle options document was located.
It was strange, I was removing all the useless wire in the dash, kinda by glove box area, a piece of paper was all folded up and totally stuck up by the speaker.....who knows how it got there.
Looks like the window sticker that you see at the dealership on the outside of the driver window. I still have my 76 Blazer one.
Thats exactly what that is.
I found a few "build sheets" like the one Beater showed in his post--one was under the foam in the seat cushion,I saw it when I removed the seat to patch the floors in one truck!...another one I found on top of the heater duct box behind the glove box,taped on with masking tape!..
One day while changing my van's oil,I noticed a peice of paper sticking out of one of the holes in the unibody rail,where the car haulers hook those tie downs on--at first I thought it was MONEY! --but after I finally persuaded some of it to come out,I found it was the build sheet!...after 22 years,it was still legible and had I been able to fish it out in one peice,it would have made for very interesting reading!..I found it ironic the frame was starting to rust bad,yet a peice of paper survived that long!..
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