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Old 11-01-2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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Build sheet

Does anybody know where the build sheet is on the ZL1?
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Old 11-01-2012, 08:51 PM   #2
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look in the trunk under the matt
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Old 11-01-2012, 09:02 PM   #3
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Got lucky, Oshawa build team left mine in the trunk when I picked it up, framed and looks nice on the wall of the garage.
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Old 11-01-2012, 09:52 PM   #4
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I looked in the trunk, I did not see it. Is there a way to get one?
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Old 11-01-2012, 10:52 PM   #5
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:11 PM   #6
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I got lucky also. The build team signed and wrote a little note my build sheet and left it in the car for me.
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:14 PM   #7
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Mine was in the trunk, also had one signed left in the center console
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Old 11-02-2012, 12:02 AM   #8
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look in the trunk under the matt
Yes, there is a build sheet that is a sticker in the trunk, that says do not remove.
I would think it is the same as the paper one.
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:53 AM   #9
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Dont know what sticker you are referring to, mine is a roughly 11 x 14 build sheet chassis mainline rider document.
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Old 11-02-2012, 11:57 AM   #10
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I got lucky also. The build team signed and wrote a little note my build sheet and left it in the car for me.
Same here.
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Old 11-02-2012, 11:59 AM   #11
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:34 PM   #12
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Dont know what sticker you are referring to, mine is a roughly 11 x 14 build sheet chassis mainline rider document.
If you look under the trunk cover there is a sticker with the build sheet on it. It has all parts that where used.
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:00 PM   #13
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dealer gave me mine.........
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:25 PM   #14
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I will talk to my dealer.
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:34 PM   #15
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I will talk to my dealer.
Found the sticker under the mat. No paperwork. I will check with my dealer
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:34 PM   #16
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OK,Let me help clarify all the build sheets and labels you guys are talking about.
Obviously I don't have to tell you guys what build sheets are,and what they are used for.

I believe the build sheet Skylane765 is after is the main build sheet,or the "chassis mainline rider",this is the larger one that is with the car during the build process,it gets moved from place to place on the car during the production process (as we learned last year when we toured the Oshawa plant) in the end it finally ends up in the trunk,taped to the plastic bag that has the floor mats and owners manual in it.

There are two other smaller build sheets known as the "door rider" build sheets,they are on a clipboard next to each door while they are being assembled and trimmed out,after the doors are finished,and before the doors get bolted on,the assembly line tech then grabs each door build sheet and "stuffs it" into each door map-pocket after final assembly.

I can tell you that when a new Camaro arrives at a dealership off the carrier it has the mainline rider,and both door rider build sheets inside....the mainline rider like I said is taped to the bag in the trunk,and the door build sheets are stuffed into each doors map pocket. (although I have seen some where one of the door build sheets was missing,I'm assuming it got "blown-out" of the map pocket while the door was open during the loading/unloading process at the plant)

The label that was mentioned is known as the "SPID" or Service Parts Identification" label,it lists all the RPO codes,or options that the car was built with. It should never be removed from the vehicle as we need it to order correct parts if ever needed.

I can tell you what probably happened to your build sheets.....they got thrown away either during the PDI process,or during the clean-up for delivery,and once they get thrown away you cannot get them reprinted,they're gone for good :(

What I usually try and do whenever we receive a new Camaro (Corvette as well) is grab all three build sheets and put them inside the glove-box BEFORE the car is PDI'd,that way the future owner has them,I also try and grab all hang-tags or gate passes as well and put them in the glove-box also.
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:36 PM   #17
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Found the sticker under the mat. No paperwork. I will check with my dealer
Won't do any good unless the tech or clean-up guy saved them,once they get thrown away you cannot get them reprinted.
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[RockQUOTE=MS3DALE;5769384]OK,Let me help clarify all the build sheets and labels you guys are talking about.
Obviously I don't have to tell you guys what build sheets are,and what they are used for.

I believe the build sheet Skylane765 is after is the main build sheet,or the "chassis mainline rider",this is the larger one that is with the car during the build process,it gets moved from place to place on the car during the production process (as we learned last year when we toured the Oshawa plant) in the end it finally ends up in the trunk,taped to the plastic bag that has the floor mats and owners manual in it.
Oh well thanks for the info
There are two other smaller build sheets known as the "door rider" build sheets,they are on a clipboard next to each door while they are being assembled and trimmed out,after the doors are finished,and before the doors get bolted on,the assembly line tech then grabs each door build sheet and "stuffs it" into each door map-pocket after final assembly.

I can tell you that when a new Camaro arrives at a dealership off the carrier it has the mainline rider,and both door rider build sheets inside....the mainline rider like I said is taped to the bag in the trunk,and the door build sheets are stuffed into each doors map pocket.

The label that was mentioned is known as the "SPID" or Service Parts Identification" label,it lists all the RPO codes,or options that the car was built with. It should never be removed from the vehicle as we need it to order correct parts if ever needed.

I can tell you what probably happened to your build sheets.....they got thrown away either during the PDI process,or during the clean-up for delivery,and once they get thrown away you cannot get them reprinted,they're gone for good :(

What I usually try and do whenever we receive a new Camaro (Corvette as well) is grab all three build sheets and put them inside the glove-box BEFORE the car is PDI'd,that way the future owner has them,I also try and grab all hang-tags or gate passes as well and put them in the glove-box also.[/QUOTE]
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:41 PM   #19
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Thanks for the info. I think I will get with the tech who does the PDI at the dealership and ask him to put paperwork in the glove box.
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:48 PM   #20
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Thanks for the info. I think I will get with the tech who does the PDI at the dealership and ask him to put paperwork in the glove box.
Yes,either that or tell the person who's in charge of checking in new vehicles to do it.
I was fortunate in that working at the dealership I got to see my car being unloaded,and was not only able to grab everything,but also able to perform the PDI myself.
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Old 11-03-2012, 02:20 PM   #21
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[RockQUOTE=MS3DALE;5769384]OK,Let me help clarify all the build sheets and labels you guys are talking about.
Obviously I don't have to tell you guys what build sheets are,and what they are used for.

I believe the build sheet Skylane765 is after is the main build sheet,or the "chassis mainline rider",this is the larger one that is with the car during the build process,it gets moved from place to place on the car during the production process (as we learned last year when we toured the Oshawa plant) in the end it finally ends up in the trunk,taped to the plastic bag that has the floor mats and owners manual in it.
Oh well thanks for the info
There are two other smaller build sheets known as the "door rider" build sheets,they are on a clipboard next to each door while they are being assembled and trimmed out,after the doors are finished,and before the doors get bolted on,the assembly line tech then grabs each door build sheet and "stuffs it" into each door map-pocket after final assembly.

I can tell you that when a new Camaro arrives at a dealership off the carrier it has the mainline rider,and both door rider build sheets inside....the mainline rider like I said is taped to the bag in the trunk,and the door build sheets are stuffed into each doors map pocket.

The label that was mentioned is known as the "SPID" or Service Parts Identification" label,it lists all the RPO codes,or options that the car was built with. It should never be removed from the vehicle as we need it to order correct parts if ever needed.

I can tell you what probably happened to your build sheets.....they got thrown away either during the PDI process,or during the clean-up for delivery,and once they get thrown away you cannot get them reprinted,they're gone for good :(

What I usually try and do whenever we receive a new Camaro (Corvette as well) is grab all three build sheets and put them inside the glove-box BEFORE the car is PDI'd,that way the future owner has them,I also try and grab all hang-tags or gate passes as well and put them in the glove-box also.
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Thanks, it is no big deal SPID is just as good, I have the window sticker, all is good.
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