Reproduction Window Stickers

Discussion in 'Small Garage Products and Services' started by Mike Trom, Aug 20, 2009.

  1. LARRY70GS

    LARRY70GS a.k.a. "THE WIZARD" Staff Member

    Depending on the last 6 digits of your VIN, you need to get the information from either the Sloan Museum, or Wayne Roberts. Then send that to Mike.
  2. 70 gsconvt

    70 gsconvt Silver Level contributor

    Got it.
  3. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Well-Known Member

    Show and Cruise season is coming.....Repro stickers are good conversation pieces:D
  4. Brett Slater

    Brett Slater Super Moderator Staff Member

    Very, very true!
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  5. JimRamsey

    JimRamsey "Take 'em to the rim!"

    Go with one of each way, both in stock form, & the way you have it now!!
  6. Evil E

    Evil E New Member

    So cool.
  7. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Well-Known Member


    Still available, order a sticker so I have something to do while I am stuck inside for the winter:rolleyes:
  8. Weisguy184

    Weisguy184 Well-Known Member

    Mike did one for me as well. The upcharge for the lamination is worth it. Thanks again Mike
  9. The Big Guy

    The Big Guy Nailhead Nation

    How does one get in touch with Wayne Roberts?
  10. LARRY70GS

    LARRY70GS a.k.a. "THE WIZARD" Staff Member

    If the last six digits of your VIN are greater than 193552 then contact Wayne Roberts with the GS Historic Society. The Cost is $75 or $150 for a rush.

    GS Historic Society
    Wayne Roberts
    5721 Livemois Rd
    Troy MI 49098
  11. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Well-Known Member

    TTT Kepin it alive:cool:
  12. Tom Nesser

    Tom Nesser Well-Known Member

    Mike, are you still doing window stickers? Have 5
    GS’s, would love to get one for each. If so, tell me what info you need. Thx. Tom
  13. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Well-Known Member

    Still making them, email me at and we can work out the details.
  14. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Well-Known Member

    TTT for summer......
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  15. Mike, PM Sent.
  16. Guys & Girls,

    I just received my Reproduction Window Sticker from Mike in the mail yesterday and let me tell you it is one of a kind, it is now one of my favorite pieces to my car! Mike is top notch and does amazing work, I just can't say that enough! So if you don't have one of these for your Buick yet then you need to get in-touch with him at the E-Mail listed above in Post # 33 and get him to make you one.

    Thanks again Mike!

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  17. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Well-Known Member

    Still making stickers even though it looks like there may not be any shows and cruise nights this summer :(
    email me at if interested.
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  18. Dano

    Dano Platinum Level Contributor

    Just need to decide how to configure mine (original, as being built, or both). The one you did for a previous owner of my Stage 1 is great! Has the SCO 14" wide oval tires.

    Here's a question you may know the answer to: My '70 GS came with a painted top - It's on the trim tag and there's physical evidence but it was not on Wayne's microfiche. He said it drove him a bit nuts and concluded that through a clerical error, Buick must've never invoiced the dealer for it. If that's the case, do you know whether it would've been on the window sticker? I would have you make the sticker w/it regardless but I'm curious if it would've been on there originally.
  19. Mike Trom

    Mike Trom Well-Known Member

    My "Guess" is that if it is not on the invoice it would not have been on the window sticker since both of those documents came from the factory. But there is the possibility of a clerical error omitting it soooooo, its hard to say with any certainty if it would have made it to the original window sticker or not. Sorry, not much help :rolleyes:
  20. Dano

    Dano Platinum Level Contributor

    Thanks Mike - I was curious. I suspect the window stickers were put on sometime during the assembly process and the car was invoiced as soon as it rolled off the line (hence I assume the invoice date is the assembly date more or less) as that was when the clock started ticking for GMAC to start collecting interest but not sure if all that data was entered only once to generate both (all) docs &/or how automated it all was back then.

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