Hey guys. I recently picked up a 71 Camaro. I’d been searching for something for awhile, but my region is pretty limited so I wasn’t having much luck. I finally came across this 71 posted on Craigslist just an hour away and spoke to the owner quick enough to make a deal. The car was listed as a documented SS m20 4 speed with factory ac and with the build sheet in hand. I was skeptical as the images shared in the ad were showing z28 badges all around. Either way, the body only appears to have surface rust and no visible rust whatsoever in the trunk/floors/underneath. Apparently the owner before the guy I bought it from had it stored in a warehouse since 1984 due to and accident he had that rendered him severely disabled(it was a pretty crazy story honestly.) I do believe the car has been stored for quite some time as the car looks pretty immaculate underneath and as seen in the images, has a very 80s theme going on. So I struck a pretty solid deal, loaded the car up in the freezing snow in the dark, and drove it home. I got to studying the build sheet and unfortunately it doesn’t appear to be my cars build sheet. The serial number is 4 units off my VIN serial, the body paint code on the cowl tag is different than the one on the build sheet, and if it was an actual m20 car, I can’t explain why there would be an automatic shift indicator between the MPH and tach location(tach has been removed and an oversized fuel level gauge installed for some reason.). I don’t know much about the car honestly and I’m skeptical I will find the build sheet for my actual car. Does anyone know if the column shift cars were the only ones with a shift indicator in between the two large gauge pods, or did floor shifters also have that indicator? I was told an auto was in it, but it’s got a clutch and bellhousing bolted up to it now and the trans tunnel has been butchered pretty bad. It needs a lot of work to get street worthy again but I’m definitely excited to get going on it. No current plans which direction it’ll go as I’m still finished body and paint on my 93 z28. Also, if anyone knows the owner of the car listed on this build sheet let me know and I’d be happy to get the build sheet to him.