Lets Play A Game: Last Of The Convertibles

c-barge

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Lets see how late they built C-body convertibles, the last of their kind! :70s_rule:

I'll go first:


Ours was built July 1st of '70 (701 on the fender tag)

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Yours must be one of the last produced.
I would think that, with the knowledge of 70 being the last of the convertibles, that more would have been ordered late in production. I would expect to see some later dates show up.
 

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The original owners of my convertible ordered it in January because they had heard it was the last year for the full size dodge convertible
 

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Still 30ish days of production left? Could be a bunch more, this should be interesting.
 

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My 70 Fury convertible was built way earlier. What's interesting to me is that mine was built at D factory, Belvidere. I didn't know c-body convertibles were built elsewhere.
 

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there will be some more built.
Not neccesarily ordered ones but Chrysler had a lot of "left over" parts so they built some "sales bank" cars for sure
 

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I tried to find a 1967 Barracuda that was earlier than mine knowing mine was very early.
All I got was another car with the same build date but TWO units behind mine also sold at the same dealer.


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