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#1492814 Sat Mar 18 2023 03:54 PM
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Gdads51 Offline OP
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While searching for some 1962 truck transmission data this morning, I came across a couple of "not previously seen by me" resource documents for 1962 Chevy Trucks from another site that may be useful/nice to have for some folks into 1962 trucks???

Am posting the links here for anyone interested to go see and/or download and save them yourselves for future use. The PDF files are too large to allow for posting through the "Attachment Manager" feature.

1962 Chevy Truck Engineering Features []

1962 Truck Data Book Change Notice []

I did go and look at the GM Heritage site 1962 Truck Data [], but these other files are much clearer/easier to read and have better pictures for reference than the Heritage document.

Hope someone can use these. There are probably others out there, but haven't taken the time to try and go search for them.



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Good find, Dan

I downloaded both these into my collection of Vehicle Info Kits and other documents I've found using the Wayback Machine on the older versions of the GM site. I've found some of the Engineering Features documents and sales brochures for members who've asked about them, but didn't dig up anything on '62s.

Anyone interested in what have can PM me and I'll e-mail documents to them.

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