2012 Corvette Build Sheet

by Ralph Clark
(Orange Park, Fl)

I have a 2012 Corvette Convertible with the LT2 package. The National Corvette Museum web site states the Build Sheet for each Corvette is included with the car, but hidden somewhere in the car. Can anyone tell me where it is hidden? I searched the glove box, trunk compartments, under seats and in the compartment in the floor board under passenger's feet. Can anyone help me"

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Mar 20, 2013
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Front Bumper Tube
by: Corvette-web-central

The build sheet is taped on the front frame crossmember as it goes down the assembly line. At the end line the build sheet is stuffed in the end of the tube. It requires that you remove the front bumper cover and crash foam to access. You should be able to order reproduction build sheets from the Mueseum unless you wish to remove the front part of the car for the orginal.

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Sheet
by: Don Herstine

Sorry ,I never had a chance to look for one .All i Can afford are the old ones . Mine are a 1975 and a 1981 If you bought it new it should be in the glove box ,but if you got it used some one through it away.
Don

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Build sheet
by: Dennis6605

On the older cars they are glued to the top of the gas tanks.

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