So with some time on my hands due to an injury, I've been looking up history on the second generation Camaro, especially my '79 Z-28. I have the assembly book, RPO and COPO codes, Camaro options from the GM heritage collection and general searches. So I have a project Norwood Z-28. As I understand it, Fisher Body built the body, applied the paint, decals, and installed the interior. So what did the GM employees do at Norwood? Did they just mate engines and axles? Did the camaro start it's life at one plant and finished at Norwood? I know GM owned a huge chunk of Fisher Body, so was Norwood a previous Fisher plant than renamed? I would like to know who or whom assembled our cars. It seems since Fisher had their own numbering system added to a trim tag, they ran the production. I know VIN and Build sheets trump trim tags, but Norwood left the build sheets out unlike Van Guys (so I am told). My Z-28 has a 73A color code for the Z-28 stripes. According to GM heritage, this stripe covers red or orange stripes for the car and has an RPO for each color. No build sheet, no RPO for the correct stripe color. So unless someone has another way to solve this mystery (car was stripped down and repainted by PO) I have no idea on which stripes to apply. Maybe when I'm 70 I won't be able to drive but I can tell you all about 1979 Camaros! Thanks. ( I should have been a detective).