The rougher looking one is mine! Posted last year when I got it. Currently being restored by Glenn Bliznick in IL. Drove it to him 1200 miles and ran beautiful.As far as I can tell, CM27T0C160099 is new to me. Thank you for posting it here. SBD of November 7, 1969.
PS: Did you get the tag of the other ER6 Scorch Red ´vert?
Yeah, I must have only added comments to existing posts. It is getting painted in IL. Glenn has a large photo gallery of the work in progress on his facebook page RBG Restorations. I was able to speak to family members of the 2 previous owners which was pretty cool. Originally purchased in Albany by a woman doctor who was 1 of only 2 women to graduate from her medical school class in 1942! Then it was owned by a guy that worked at GE in Schenectady NY and it still has several of his GE parking stickers and keychain.Searching for CM27T0C201238 (SBD March 2, 1970) yielded this post that I made (with the help of @T-revorNobody ) when the car was listed for sale, but not your own post. Thank you reposting it!
PS: glad to know all is well with the car. Will be interested in your experience with the restoration -- are you getting it painted in illinois?
@mopar preferred -- you disagreed a few minutes ago with my old post re: DL27L0D173679. Why? Isn't the car in Germany? More info on the car is here.
This was originally sold right down the road from me in Portsmouth NH!Thanks to @mdh157 we have records for CM27T0C229842 -- an EB7 300 'vert with M6B3 / C16 blue console interior and V3W white top that is currently for sale in Narberth, PA. No fender tag (so we don't know the SBD), but we have the window sticker (showing the road wheels are original, among other things) and the title (which shows the current owner as having had the car for 15 years):
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Beautiful car. Do you know what it sold for in the Coparts auction?PM27T0D126821 recently sold on Coparts in Rochester, NY -- see here. It is one of very few known T-code Fury iii 'verts. VIN tag (faded) but no fender tag provided, unfortunately. Showing for records 6 pics not saved in the other thread.
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It bugs me when the grill parts don't line up. Have they ever heard of adjustment?Thank you for confirming, @mopar preferred -- if you know of more German 1970 C-body 'verts, I am all ears.
Moving on to more tags, here is the tag of CM27T0C106747. This previously EB3/M6B3 blue 300 'vert is for sale after being restored as a Hurst tribute:
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This car went through three stages in life: blue with white top, white with black interior, and now Hurst tribute with black interior. More info is here.