The best step by step guide that I have seen is for the 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air. It actually shows nearly every item, in order and what the correct finishes are. I haven't seen anything like that for these cars though...
You can put these cars back together by following the same process the factory used. The bodies were built at the Fisher plant and transported to the final assembly plant where it met up with the rolling chassis. The two assemblies were bolted together and then the front clip was attached along with the bumpers, dash (HVAC, instruments, radio, steering column etc), front carpet and seats.
The Fisher plant built the body by welding together various stamped metal panels. Then attached the doors and decklid. Then paint followed by glass and trim
Convertibles were pulled out of line to be fitted with the folding top and associated items and then rejoined the main line of cars.
Meanwhile, the frame was being assembled into a rolling chassis at a nearby location. The suspension, supply lines, engine, trans, axle, brakes, exhaust etc were attached to the frame before the body was attached.
There is a good sequence listed on the Camaro Research Group website. It's pretty close to the same sequence as your car with the exception that F body cars are unibody with sub frames instead of a full perimeter swept hip frame like your car has. Otherwise...pretty close to the same process.
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