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Here are the numbers from the trim tag on my 67

06C
67-12437
NOR138359 E
ST G-G Body
TR 760-Z Paint
2L
4N


Thank you in advance.
 

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Here you go:

Decode for body number: 138359

06C = Built the Third week of June.
67-12437 = Standard Interior Coupe.
NOR = Built in Norwood Ohio.
760 = Standard Black Bucket Seats.
Z = (A50) Strato Bucket Seats (without headrests).
G-G = Car Color is Granada Gold
E = Interior paint is Black
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2L = (M20) 4-speed floor shifter
4N = (L35) SS 396

It would be cool if you could post the VIN number, and pictures of the trimtag, VIN plate, and hidden VINs so that they could be verified and checked by myself and other members. There are alot of fakes out there, and if your car is real (being a big block car), it's worth a few bucks. Looking forward to the pics! :)
 

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06C = assembled June 1967, third week.
G-G = Grenada Gold upper and lower paint.
760-Z = Black standard bucket seats.
2L = 4 speed trans.
4N = L35 396/325hp engine
 

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Thanks for all your work guys. Here is the VIN 124377N237728.
 

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Does this VIN decode any differences in above trim tag info. Not sure what is learned from a VIN number.
 

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Does this VIN decode any differences in above trim tag info. Not sure what is learned from a VIN number.
Having the vin# and the cowl tag info is a good check to make sure that one of the tags have not been switched with another car. In this case, everything looks correct.

Do you have any of the drive train codes?
 
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