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  • Post GM original MSRP here.

    In an effort to gather copies of the original manufacturers MSRP window sticker for the purpose of tax credit and refunds, please scan and post the document for GM vehicles here as an attachment. All dedicated and dual-fuel vehicle window stickers showing incremental cost of conversion are needed. Please do not duplicate. If the document is too large for your scanner, attempt to copy the part showing what the vehicle is and the cost of the cng option or conversion.

    If posting a GM window sticker, scan it to your computer as a .jpeg/.jpg format, click on "Post reply" in this thread, and attach the document by going to the bottom of the page under "additional options" and clicking on "Manage Attachments". Find your saved copy and click on "upload", once upload is complete simply close the window and submit new thread.

    Thread title should reflect the year, make, model and bi-fuel or dedicated, along with engine size.
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    Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

    2002 bi-fuel sticker--actually found it the trunk of the car
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    • #3
      Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

      Thanks, siai47!
      There are a few more Cavalier and other stickers in the Utah Incentives thread too:
      http://www.cngchat.com/forum/showpos...50&postcount=9

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      • #4
        Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

        Hi, on the 1998 window sticker, do I use the MSRP or the INV amount for the tax refund.

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        • #5
          Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

          Does anyone have a 2003 Cavalier sticker or the CNG cost information?

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          • #6
            Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

            Whoops - I started a separate thread regarding my invoice. Anyway, here's a copy of my '04 Cavi. invoice. Hopefully, it of use to someone - besides me
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            • #7
              Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

              Originally posted by Ben Lurkin View Post
              Whoops - I started a separate thread regarding my invoice. Anyway, here's a copy of my '04 Cavi. invoice. Hopefully, it of use to someone - besides me

              Perfect! Just what I needed. Thanks, Ben!

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              • #8
                2000 GMC K2500 bi-fuel $5800 ? (not original)

                Found on aol site showing all invoice and msrp option values but I'm not allowed to post the url.

                This is all I've found for my 2000 Chev K2500 so far.

                psmcd

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                • #9
                  Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

                  What do you mean that you're not allowed to post the site? Is it an internal AOL site, and not a web address?

                  You can also use intellichoice to find out how much the CNG option cost on many cars. It seems like the have more Fords than GMs though.

                  -Derek
                  www.CNGUtah.com

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                  • #10
                    Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

                    To avoid evil spambots from cluttering the forums, no URLs can be posted until the member has 15 posts. I updated psmcd's profile to 16 posts and sent a PM asking him to post the AOL info.

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                    • #11
                      Re: 2000 GMC K2500 bi-fuel $5800 ? (not original)

                      If you have a legitimate link to a legitimate resource, then by all means, post it. The rule about linking sites it to discourage the spammers, not our members that are bringing value to the group.
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                      • #12
                        Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

                        Hi Curtis
                        A couple years ago(or last year before taxes when I was filing for 08) I was able to get a copy of a MSRP for a 98 chevy truck It worked great and I turned it in and got my credit(TC-40) now I am being audited for 2008 and the State tax comission wants that sticker again Do you have one I can not find it here on this page
                        Thanks
                        John

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                        • #13
                          Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

                          Sorry, I actually do not, never having owned one. Can you use what you originally used to claim the credit? I would imagine that if you could... you wouldn't be asking, right? Perhaps one of the GM guys might be able to assist. This thread is for saving such information for the benefit of those in need, such as yourself. Raise the flag and see if anyone can come to your rescue.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

                            I believe you can take your VIN to a Chevy dealership and they should be able to print a copy of the original invoice. They may charge you something like $45 or so to do it. But if you're getting audited, it's probably worth it.
                            Good Luck!
                            -Derek
                            www.CNGUtah.com

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                            • #15
                              Re: Post GM original MSRP here.

                              I also have not posted much and am blocked. here is a partial.
                              autos.aol.com

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