I'm not sure exactly what your referring to but look under the spare tire cover, mine has a label listing the rpo codes stuck to the bottom of that cover. Sort of hard to see, needed my glasses to find it, blended into the color of the cover. ccasion14:Most US built cars have month built and an option code list on the car someplace. Build info or drivers door and option codes in glove box or console or even in the trunk what gives no info.
Thanks again Im spoiled by the vette it is easy to find and use.Look next to the air filter box under the hood, should be a metal plate rivited to the strut tower.
Thanks that is good info we call them build sheets here in the US.I am only having a wild guess that the build plates may be stamped and fitted to bare body shell before it enters final assembly, as there is a huge storage area where bodies sit and wait to be fed into the system from an overhead area.
Also if you ever need to remove the carpet for some reason a schedule is usually left under the drivers seat, or passenger depending on country
I found one in my old Commodore I am working on and had heard about it prior to stripping interior.