Door jamb label.

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  1. john Gialanella

    john Gialanella Veteran Member

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    My Camaro was painted a few years before I bought it, and the blue door jamb label was missing. They sell the labels on E-Bay. I was wondering if any members have bought any and how do you go about putting the date and VIN numbers on it.
    John.
     
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    I bought the one for my 73Z from ECS Automotive, but I had to send pics of the old one so they could transfer the info.
     
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    I wish I could remember where I bought my replacement door label but I think I found them doing a Google search. They did a fabulous job. 5BDC5DE6-42B3-4A9E-B944-8B4E4EDB59C4.jpeg 0E335292-AAA2-40D2-8B82-CB8F2B4ED4FC.jpeg
     
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    Do you remember how much it cost for them to add the info.
    Thanks John.
     
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    $60 plus $7 for shipping back on 10/12/18.
     
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    That sounds about right but they did quality work
     
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    Agreed. When I first looked at their website, they only advertised up to 72. I was thinking that figures. But then I called them and they said they offer the label of the 73. Don't remember why the website didn't advertise it, but at that point, I was just glad to get one.
    For 73, they also had to add the gross weight for the front and rear to the label. I was very happy with it.
     
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    Thanks to the two of you.
    John.
     
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    Some of the makers don’t use the correct decal color compared to the factory and
    some don’t even have the correct letters lining up from line to line.
    Just scan in an orig one and edit the date and VIN using photo shop with
    copy and clone so you can copy the numbers you need from other real labels from Google.
    You will need to shrink them most of the time and line them up.
    Staples sells the wide packing tape the same size you need and you just cut the corners and your done.
    A corner cutter and an exacto knife are your friends. That’s what I did.
     
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