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  1. 69CoronetRT

    300-H HURST nerd stuff...

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    New parts car?

    A broadcast sheet ;) ? Look under and in the seat backs of all seats. Look over the glove box. Under carpet. I found one in an arm rest/buddy seat. Make sure to look there too.
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    So how is the new site software?

    Are the default fonts smaller?
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    Sense and nonsense of fender tags

    Good work. The more you think you know about coding and applications, then more you learn how little you know. MOST of the information that is public only scratches the surface of what actually happened. Sometimes, the published information is accurate. Quite often is is not. Car makers are...
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    For Sale 1966 Dodge Monaco 4 door - Parting out

    I'd be interested in the finder tag, window sticker, broadcast sheet or any other factory documents you find.
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    Build sheets

    Administrative info required to build basic car: SO number, VIN, Color, tires, etc. Sales/option codes= optional selections or required items for that specific model listed as a three digit code Build codes: the last digits of a part number OR an assembly number (depending on application) for...
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    For all you fender tag lovers! Tag from my 1968 Chrysler

    shooter65- "....but it could have been built earlier or later then Sept 1"
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    NOT MINE 1973 Chrysler New Yorker Brougham Coupe - $12,750 - Middleburg, Pennsylvania

    Good looking car. This car helps illustrate how the SPD is a only scheduled date and cars were built before and after the scheduled date.
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    fender tag

    Model year 1967 SPDs at the Jefferson plant go until at least 706 and in the 330,000+ VIN range. So the car is question is a later build car relative to the model year. The scheduled Production Date (SPD) is an estimated date and typically unrelated to actual production. The car could have been...
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    Happy New Year 2022!!

    Alfred says
  11. 69CoronetRT

    Rural Skeletons of Trucks/Tractors

    Thank you for posting.
  12. 69CoronetRT

    Sense and nonsense of fender tags

    The research and documentation you are doing is important to the hobby. Please keep it up.
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    Sense and nonsense of fender tags

    Let's stay focused and stay on the original topic of codes on fender tags from specific plants during specific years and not branch off too far to an ancillary topic just yet. We know they are not on a broadcast sheet so how was this choice communicated to the assembly line other than the...
  14. 69CoronetRT

    The Buy American Thread

    Guitars made in America.... Guitars Made in America | zZounds
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    Sense and nonsense of fender tags

    Let's stay focused and stay on the original topic of codes on fender tags from specific plants during specific years and not branch off too far to an ancillary topic just yet. Go back to my response of 188. Consider point 3. Did you run correlations as noted in 4 and 5? What's our level of...
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    Sense and nonsense of fender tags

    Coding quirks exist. Coding parameters change. There are a lot of things that are still unknown and we have to dig to find out the answers. Determining the application or meaning can be tricky when limited data exists (Folks, we have to SAVE tag, broadcast sheets, window stickers and factory...
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    Sense and nonsense of fender tags

    Is there a question or are you looking for input on your observation or ????
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    Let's discuss the "Price Class" in our VINs.

    There are several second character designations that do not conform to the typical price level classifications but indicate something different. In that instance, the X indicates the fast top or special roofline variation. (XX was used in 69 with the Charger 500 and Daytonas) Other letters used...
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