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Just curious if anyone knows - as they used the build sheet to determine the package for the car as it was being built.

Sure; This makes sense if you find it under the rear seat, door panels etc. Because the car was basically done by then. But if it's above the gas tank, inside the quarters, etc - what were they using to determine what options are on the car if the build sheet was already "buried"?

If they had a "master" build sheet that was used while the car was being done - something not attached to the car at any time - then why put one inside it at all (it's great for us years later, after all the changes that may have happened to the car, but who needs a build sheet IN the car who's not building the car originally?)
 

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I found the build sheet for my 71 convertible under the carpet on the passenger side. It was under the carpet where the passengers feet would be while sitting in the passenger seat. It was soiled brown from getting wet, but still 98 percent legible.
 

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Build sheets were often attached to parts of the car so the people on the assembly line could match the parts to the car.
 
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