Additional information for Chevy Camaros built through 1985 was on a stamped metal body number plate called a "trim tag" or "cowl tag." For 1967, 1968 and 1969 Camaros the body plate was on the outside on the firewall above the steering column. For 1970-81 it was on the cowl extension just ahead of the windshield on the driver's side. From 1982 on the trim tags were mounted forward of the radiator. To view any of these locations required lifting the hood. In 1984 Chevrolet started attaching a "service parts identification label" inside Camaros. This "service identification label" was first placed on the inside of the console storage lid. For 1991 and 1992, they were moved to the inside of the rear compartment lockable storage bin lid. Starting in 1993 the label was placed at the rear of the instrument panel glovebox. For new models with this service identification label go to the RPO Codes section for a list of exactly what your car's options were. The trim tag doesn't contain as much information as the service identification label but most all do contain coding for interior, exterior, convertible and vinyl top colors, build dates, assembly plant and model year.