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1972 Factory Window Label/Sticker

 

1972 Chevrolet Factory & Dealer Window Label/Sheet/Sticker

The factory window sticker was supposed to be stuck to the driver's side or rear window of all 1972 Chevrolet Trucks before leaving the factory as required by law. Often the dealer would remove them before they were put on the lot for sale and put on the GM dealer label (also shown). These Dealer window stickers are also very rare as almost no one saved them. They were ordered from GM and typed up at the dealer with whatever prices the dealer wanted to add. These sheets are quite rare and in demand by truck owners. The options listed on this label are identical to those found on the SPID options decal in the glove box of the truck.

Compare the SPID and window sticker above and you can see they are for the same truck (Blazer) but the window sheet has the longer description of the options. This is because it doesn't have to cut text off due to space limitations like the SPID does.

This is a great item to have in addition to your SPID and looks great hung in your truck window at shows. This window sheet is printed on a durable paper that looks yellowed a bit from age. It can be laminated or kept original. A great way to show everyone where your truck was first purchased!

These window sheets were produced at the GM factory and NOT by dealers. Dealers did produce some price sheets that look a little different but they did not have access to the type font that GM used on these window sheets and also on their SPID tags. The factory always printed this sheet for the window of the truck along with a carbon copy. The carbon copies are extremely rare. The window sheet and carbon copy were printed in unison at the factory through a continuous or "tractor" feed printer that produced paper with the tear away edges. 

Typically, double sided tape was attached to the top and bottom of all factory window stickers. If you want this tape attached to your window sticker - please let me know.

If you have any questions about creating one of these for your truck - please send me a message in the form at the bottom of this page.

 
Dealer Specific Number

Dealer Specific Identity Number

Circled in green above is a closer look at the dealer specific number. This number shows exactly which dealer the truck was delivered to and where it was offered for sale. This particular number is the one assigned to Felix Chevrolet in Los Angeles. I research each dealer number for the window stickers so you won't need to worry about finding it.

 
TRUCK ORDER NUMBER AT GM FACTORY

Factory Order Number

This number is usually associated with special order trucks. Highly optioned trucks were often hard to find and so customers would order them at a dealer. The order would go to the GM factory and the truck would be built for that customer with a specific order number. If your truck has an order number it will also be seen in the lower right hand corner of your SPID decal in your glove box.

 
 

Pricing – (all orders receive two (2) Identical Window Labels)

  • $79.00 -  for two (2) Window Labels

  • If ordering a SPID options label also - reduced price for both is $139.00 total + shipping

Shipping including tracking number - $10.00

All payment taken through PayPal. All prices are in USD

If you are interested in ordering this label or would like more information - please submit your information or questions in the form below and I will contact you ASAP.

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