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    NOT MINE 1967 Imperial LeBaron 4dr Hardtop - $18,000 - Coeur d'Alene, ID

    Certicard says H9B light blue leather. Stunning combo.
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    '65 300L question please - What does this look like?

    I'm scanning the 1965MY Technical Service Bulletins and ran across this reference to 300Ls What does the radiator grill light assembly look like in the day and at night? Is this a large or small lamp? What does the replacement lens look like? Thanks.
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    300-H HURST nerd stuff...

    1) Who you calling 'nerd'? 2) IF we feed you more, will you share the results in a spreadsheet, not a screen shot, with the rest of us?
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    Say, What's that Avatar?

    The innate hardwiring didn't change. It's the, false, belief that one can override the hardwiring with the wave of a magic wand, or words. That's called hubris. Back on topic, I'm still recycling the 'ole AEN avatars.
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    '67 C body production info aka "How many?"

    He's reporting data on a CALENDAR year. The data I posted is for MODEL year so the two reports do not mix and match. I'd like to see his documentation for 'sold' numbers. The number 55,588 is built in the US. And according to the plant production numbers, they were all built at the Belvedere...
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    '67 C body production info aka "How many?"

    Many of you know I'm a 'number's guy'. I recently bought the '67, '68 and '69 editions of the Wards Automotive yearbooks that are filled with all sorts of production information for the automotive industry on a model or calendar year basis. To my knowledge, there is not a lot of C body options...
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    '66 C body production info aka "How many?"

    UPDATE Yes, Monacos are included in the Polara total numbers. Here's another breakdown from the book. Notice with the breakout, the rounded total (136,600) comes very close to the total listed in the first chart (136, 674).
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    300-H HURST nerd stuff...

    The lowest I have on file are in the 192XXX range.
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    '66 C body production info aka "How many?"

    Given how the other B and C bodies submodels are not reported, as the Monaco is still VINNED a full size Dodge, I believe they are. It wouldn't be that hard to test. Again, use the data responsibly.
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    '66 C body production info aka "How many?"

    There's calendar year and model year listed on that site. There's nothing listed that is comparable to what is above. calendar year 1966 - Dodge (USA) Monaco, total production - 30600 units calendar year 1966 - Dodge (USA) Polara, Station Wagons, all V-8 - 29300 units calendar year 1966 -...
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    '66 C body production info aka "How many?"

    Many of you know I'm a 'number's guy'. I recently bought the '67, '68 and '69 editions of the Wards Automotive yearbooks that are filled with all sorts of production information for the automotive industry on a model or calendar year basis. To my knowledge, there is not a lot of C body options...
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    Which Wheel Covers Are Correct?

    The Hare decode book is filled with errors, incorrect, incomplete or misleading information. Much of the book leads to more confusion than it clears up. (As you are finding....) It's pretty good for overall theory of sheets but falls way short when it comes to accuracy for individual years and...
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    Rare 1972 Imperial restoration!

    Y13 dealer demo. As stated above, you have some documented provenance for an interesting car. Please think long and hard about a color change for THIS particular car and consider using another car as a tribute car.
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    1970 Newark "F" Assembly Plant Cars

    Alfred says.....
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    300-H HURST nerd stuff...

    "Quality control" is different than federal compliance. IF Chrysler knew hoods would be complaint, then there would be no need to check the hood for safety standards when the car came back to the factory and, therefore, no need to hold off on applying the sticker before conversion. The Hurst's...
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    300-H HURST nerd stuff...

    That the assumed SPDs based on similar VINS are giving us a false sense of assurance as to an estimated SPD or actual assembly. Maybe the VINs do align with other SPDs but that still doesn't give us any real proof as to when the car was built. We're still working on assumption that the VINs in...
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    300-H HURST nerd stuff...

    I agree...however...I'm thinking federal laws would require the door sticker that the time of completion at the plant and not after conversion at Hurst. As, essentially, the car before conversion would have been quite sellable to the public before they went to Hurst and would've to comply with...
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    1956 Plymouth data book now in Hamtramck Historical library.

    It's only a resource if people use it so thanks for using it!
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