I hope it's just a glitch, and they fix it. If the Vehicle Information Kits are gone for good, that is very disappointing. I'm glad I downloaded a copy for my particular year, but from time to time I have perused other models.
Another resource gone. GM U.S.A. doesn't do much for those restoring their old cars.I contacted GM and they said they will no longer offer the kits on their new website. I have several on file if anyone needs them.
Wow, that is really dumb. It can't cost that much bandwidth for a company that size to do a customer relation thing like that.I contacted GM and they said they will no longer offer the kits on their new website. I have several on file if anyone needs them.
They only made money when it was sold new. They don't care about it after that.Another resource gone. GM U.S.A. doesn't do much for those restoring their old cars.
Agreed. Dealers also make a good portion of their bottom line on service as well as parts. Brand loyalty is still very much alive in the automotive world. Why not keep your customers happy and loyal by providing some simple services such as this.They sure make money on parts after they're sold. It would just be good PR to maintain some records for old car hobbyists, but let's just say GM has made a lot of decisions I don't understand. They must have a reason.
Good job finding the link. Thanks.I remember seeing this post a few weeks ago. Today I needed some info on a GM vehicle that I used to get at the Heritage center. The new link for all the vehicle information kits archived isAnd it goes way, way back. I was looking for information about a 1940 Chevrolet, and I found it there.
Vehicle Information Kits | GM Heritage Archive | General MotorsGM Heritage Archive offers over 900 Vehicle Information Kits across GM Brands. Search by Brand, Model, or Year.www.gm.com