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As I restore my '67 I seem come up qusetions that I don't have answers for; that is why I consult the experts. While going through a parts catalog this weekend getting ready to order chrome I noticed that my '67 has the the chrome package for the R/S option. Since I purchased the Vehicle w/o fenders and I haven't come accross anything that would indicate otherwise. I'm at the cross roads here and have few questions(1)Is there anywhere I can look and tell it is an R/S or not? (2) Should I go ahead and restore as an R/S and actually assume it is one??(3)What other options and numbers should I look for?
 

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If you post your trim tag in the Tag Team section, we can tell you if it was original or not. If there is not trim tag, one of the best ways is to look and see if the backup lights are on the panel under the bumper.
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Trim tag tells all - - -

RS was (mainly) front end and rear end changes - - backup lights under bumper (not part of tail lights) is a good check point -

On trim tag under options 3 you would see an "L"

Does it still have the radiator support? if you see a couple of switches on the front of the radiator support - that is what turned the doors off when opening -

If you still had the fenders - there are three relays under the driver side fender that control the doors.

keep in mind there is an exterior trim group (option 3 "K") that includes some of the fancy chrome work (drip rail / wheel well / & I think pin stripe)

If you post the trim tag - we can tell for sure.

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Here is the complete listings of the 67 codes. The "1" spot is assumed and most rag tops have a E in the 1st location for all windows tinted).
If you have any questions, please mail me.

~ Mark Livingston
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1967 Trim Tag Fisher Option Codes Group Number Code RPO
Equivalent UOIT Description
Interior
Suffix Codes H AL4 Strato Back (bench seat)
Y AS2 yes BUCKETS & HEAD REST
Z A50 yes STRATO BUCKETS
(1)
implied, the "1"
is not on
the tag
E A01 yes TINTED ALL GLASS
W A02 yes TINTED W/S ONLY
X A31 Power windows
L A67 Fold-down rear seat
D C06 yes POWER TOP CONVERT

2 G D55 yes CONSOLE FRT COMPT
M M35 yes PWR GLIDE AUTOMATIC
(NOR - only applied when D55 was included)
(LOS - used in lieu of 2Z for the M40 THM400)
L M20 (or M21) yes 4-SPEED FLR SHIFT
Z M40 THM400 3-speed automatic transmission
(NOR only)
B M11 3-speed floor shifter for
M15 or M13
H C48 yes HEATER *DELETE*
E C60 yes AIR COND
U U57 yes TAPE PLAYER
S U73 yes ANTENNA MANUAL-RR
R U80 yes SPEAKER REAR

3 L Z22 yes RALLY SPORT PKG
D U29 yes LAMP COURTESY
B C50 yes DEFOGGER REAR WDO
S Z23 yes INTERIOR DECOR GRP
K Z21 Deluxe exterior trim

4 P L48 or L30/M20 Base paint with
radius rod
(See note above on
early Norwood use.)
N L35 Black tailpan with
round radius rod
K L78 yes ENGINE REINF ASY
Black tailpan with
rectangular radius rod
L Z28 yes ENGINE REINF ASY
Rally stripes with
radius rod
F D33 yes MIRROR REM CONT

5 C AS1 yes SHOULDER HARN-REG
Y A39 yes BELTS ALL DELUXE
B V31 and V32 Front and large
rear bumper guards
Z A85 shoulder harness - deluxe
O U18? Seen on Swedish exports and
somehow associated with related
modifications - probably the U18
metric speedometer.
 
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