In the 69 FAIM, UPC 0-B1, it clearly shows the position of the tune-up label..
(View A) Decal's left edge @ 3.50" to the left of the vehicle centerline, on the radiator support. Easy, but here's the question.
What about A/C cars that have the rubber seal across the top of the radiator support? Was this tune-up label then relocated to the fan shroud or was is still placed underneath the seal?
C60 (C60-B3 in particular) makes no note of an alternate location for the decal, and it appears that the seal's retaining clips would interfer with it's placement as well. The law/regulations of the day mandated it to be fitted to all cars and be visable.. So where did it go?
The other question would be the coolant decal. It's been noted on here in another thread that this was never installed at the factory at all. (There is no mention of it in the FAIM either.)
So, was it ever a dealer install or just another decal dreamt up by the vendors like the "Caution Fan" decal in order to make another sale?