I can't tell on my Elky because it's been painted over too much but I would think that the reflective GM stickers would be used here like reflectors because reflectors on any make car are usually found on the doors. Just an educated guess.
1970 Chevy Custom El Camino aka Kaileigh
Built on: November 25, 1969 in Baltimore
Green Mist #45 w/Green Vinyl Top
350ci/300HP 4bbl Small Block
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I've seen the rectangular tire pressure label on 70's on the door jamb, but only on the SS cars in addition to the "blue" VIN decal. The non-SS cars I've seen have the round tire pressure label on the glove box door. Is this right??
My 70SS has the blue vin sticker still there. It include the build date on it.
There are remants of a white rectangular sticker on the driver's side door. I can't say what the content of this sticker was, but the information I received from GM Canada said that I should have a certain tire pressure sticker somewhere. I haven't seen one anywhere on the car, so this might be it.
richr, I definitely want to see your car!
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70 Chevelle SS396 4sp, Fathom Blue/White Stripes - Canadian built
I do remember seeing the tire pressure decal in the jamb above the blue VIN decal. I believe this was discussed on an older date, with 260 and another guy...about the tire pressure decal not being available. The only one available is not correct for the 70 SS application. Time for some more research
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