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Just a little information here. Schematics are copied under a licensing agreement with GM. There's no site out there where they are free to download.
Fastest way to get one for a 70 is pick-up the Haynes Chevelle book at Pep Boys or other chain auto stores. There's a copy in there. About $15.00.
Best way is to pick up the GM manuals from the sponsor, Ground Up. It is in there.
Cheapest way (maybe not with shipping) is to buy a schematic by itself. Can get one through here. www.true-connections.com
 

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C'mon John,is it that bad.Look at what we pay for a chevelle or elk fender.What is it now,$400.A guy i know bought a repro chevy PU front fender the other day for $40 including shipping and it was the same quality as the chevelle repros.Not to put the suppliers down including GU but some of the stuff,excuse me ALOT of the stuff is WAY overpriced.I think we pay enough as it is.I wouldn't see any problem with downloading a schematic.Have you ALWAYS paid for EVERYTHING? Tell the truth now....

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by supersport396_2000:
C'mon John,is it that bad.Look at what we pay for a chevelle or elk fender.What is it now,$400.A guy i know bought a repro chevy PU front fender the other day for $40 including shipping and it was the same quality as the chevelle repros.Not to put the suppliers down including GU but some of the stuff,excuse me ALOT of the stuff is WAY overpriced.I think we pay enough as it is.I wouldn't see any problem with downloading a schematic.Have you ALWAYS paid for EVERYTHING? Tell the truth now....

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I agree. There is a whole lot of stuff that's way overpriced. Ebay is worse. However, I told what I believe is the truth. There is no site out there to get schematics from for free. I thought that was the question that was asked.
Why doesn't this site put them in the showroom? They can't for the reason I explained. I did provide information on how to get one as quick and cheap as I know.
Yes, I like free stuff. Who doesn't?
Part prices.
Last fender I sold was for $20.00. Sold a nice GM deck lid to a member for $24.00, exactly what I paid for it when I pulled it. I sell everything to members for what I pay for it and there has been quite a few. Now that the truth is told, I guess I am missing something.
 

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I recommend you get an assembly manual. It has the wiring diagrams along with Chevelle\Monte assembly information. A chassis service manual will also have the diagrams along with year specific information. I use mine frequently.
 

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I have a wiring diagram from an original 1970 book that has all most of the generals cars in it, if you interestedI'll scan it in and email it to you. Drop me a line via email and let me know this goes for anyone else to. Make sure you specify car please.

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