Separate names with a comma.
Humans hate ambiguity and will do whatever is mentally necessary to avoid it.
I don’t have a registry. I just collect tags to help with research when possible.
Think of it this way....every one of those tags is like a tombstone. It’s the only thing left documenting a unique car that’s long gone. One the...
I honestly do not know what it meant.
"Several" but I know people with "more".
I have thousands of pictures of tags. They all mean something.
The post is a bit of a curve ball for the thread as we've been discussing the 78 Chryslers built at the Jefferson plant...1977 would have been the...
As stated in post 5, unless and until factory documents surface, there is no credible way to crunch numbers and guess production figures....
Again, grateful thanks.
They ALL matter. Each tag is one piece in a very large puzzle. Put enough of them together and the picture emerges.
its the small things in life and kind gestures that count.
@MrMoparCHP sent some fender tags. Yes, I think this was very nice of him to enable my...
Cool find. Do we know for sure it was a factory 440 four?
I don’t think the production numbers for 66 C bodies are known making the proper answer...
I’d be interested in the fender tag, broadcast sheet, window sticker or any other factory documents you find.
No and that’s a common misconception. For a variety of reason, cars are not built in VIN sequence.
That’s why the SCHEDULED day is likely not...
There is no way to know for what purpose it was built. Parade, giveaway, courtesy car at some sporting event, corporate public relations......a...
Do you know how much I wish I could say yes? (No. You don’t......)
Sadly, no. There is no “archive” that could help.
The 26” radiator is because of the A\C.
The Y39 and 926*** specialty VON tells us the car was designated or specified for a certain purpose....
This is nothing. You should have seen the TEN page thread on correct wing nuts for the A12 air cleaners. No joke. Ten pages. On wing nuts.
Use every tool in the tool box.
If the documentation exists, use it. Don’t guess.
A good example of why the SCHEDULED date is not the BUILD date. 517 vs 515.