Somewhere on here I read about the location of the build sheet and sure enough, mine's right under the back bumper. My question is how on earth did you get it out without removing the foam? I can barely fit my kife blade in there.
Most if not all were taped to the cross member beam and the free end laid over the foam so that when the plastic bumper cover was installed that end is held in by friction. You can see it by shining a light there. You have 2 choices. Very carefully jam your arm in between the foam and steel beam. Using just your fingers, slowly pull it out. If you do it slow enough you'll loosen or tear the tape not the paper. Second choice is to enlist someone with thinner arms, your lady friend or trusted child to do the same.
It may not be there.A substantial # were lost ,knocked out or removed by any number of people.You could also look on top of rear axle as I and others found a very detailed in-line build form. Good luck.
Found mine taped to the bumper. It was real easy to get to. Just got hold of the tape and pulled it off the bumper. I'm suprised it's still in pretty good condition since I've had the car for about 4 months now.
Located and extracted the sheet from 4165 this morning, I tore it, but its basically intact. It was buile Thu Jul 19 23:10:30 2001. Its cool to have it in this good of shape. I extracted the one from my '73 Barracuda from the rear seat backrest springs in '89 or '90. Didn't come out in one piece, but I pieced it together. Will be great for collector value.
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