No because on the assembly line the workers used had prestamped holes in the fender. The Fisher Body Repair manual was for the body shop tech who had to fix wrecked cars with blank generic fenders. So they used a hand drill to bore the holes using the dimensions laided out in the manual. The Fisher body has all of the dimensions for attaching trim, or decals. It is also good for selecting the right part for the car to match what was supposed to be installed according to the trim tag (custom, deluxe, or standard interior parts for example are all identified by a line drawing and shown where they go).