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Here's who you need to send the info to:
[email protected]
Here's the info you need to provide:
1. Your VIN
2. Mailing Address
3. Day and evening phone number

It's called a "restoration kit", and it's provided free of charge. The packet that's got the useful information is thin enough that you can photocopy it at work without the boss jumping down your throat.

or you can call
Chevrolet Customer Assistance Center at 800-222-1020. Customer Relationship Managers are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Eastern Time.
i am told there is lots of usefull info in these kits but only one per person . i am accually on the phone now ordering for my 78 burb
 

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RE: restoration kits

Someone else here got one, I think.

It is just basic info on the model, not really specific to your truck.

I may be wrong, but let us know.
 

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RE: restoration kits

Yeah, don't go crazy over that thing. I got one, and it did provide good info, but it's specific to your vehicle's production year, not your exact vehicle. There's really no reason for them to require your VIN, since the packet is not VIN specific.

It is a great source of info, but probably not what you'd hope it would be.
 
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