The cowl tags for 1967 Camaros were stamped with a style code of 12x37 or 12x67, where the x was set to 4 for standard interior or 6 for custom interior. Due to changes and differences in how the factories marked the paint codes especially differences in 1968 factory formats , the special paint formats are easier to illustrate in the examples in the below than to describe in words. Missing Entry: 1985-1988 Pontiac Fieros have a 9 engine code for the 2. After Dec 68, these cars would be coded X11 and X44. Details and examples are shown in the section. By using the services offered through this website you agree to our and. Despite several variations of cowl tag formats and shapes, the bulk of the information remained the same for the 1967-1969 model years.
The actual start of production could vary by a few days. Since they had such a coarse metallic, the Firemist colors needed to be sprayed through a special paint gun. See the for other details on the Norwood interior paint code. All information and images found on DecodeAll. Even in 1969, when the numeric codes were used for paint on the cowl tag, the window sticker production code still included an alphabetic production component code suffix similar to those used in 1967 and 1968. A Fisher Body code would not be expected for this option because the tilt wheel was installed in the vehicle during the Chevrolet portion of the assembly process, not during the Fisher portion. So, how many cars were coded X11? The 4P code was not used at the start of production at either the Van Nuys plant or the Norwood plant.
All trademarks, trade names, service marks, product names and logos appearing on the site are the property of their respective owners. At this time, it isn't clear if these color combinations required a special order, or were routinely available. According to one source the limo engine is a 5. You can see it sometimes if you carefully look with a flashlight through the slots in the vent panel, but the panel comes off with a few screws and the wiper arms pop off pretty easily, so this one is not a big deal to get to. The information contained on this website is proprietary information of General Motors protected by trademark, copyright, and other intellectual property laws. It is only an approximate date because it appears that the day on the tag was actually when the vehicle was being scheduled to be built.
Stripe colors were painted as follows: White stripes were painted with Ermine White or Dover White, black stripes with a black that was different than Tuxedo Black, red stripes with Monza Red, and 69 pacer stripes with Hugger Orange. Stripe colors white or black, with red added in 1969, and pace cars being a special exception were selected based on body color. By this we mean that Camaros and full-size passenger cars both incremented the same sequence counter. The difference between X11 and X55 is that X55 does not apply the driprail and wheel opening moldings. The dash would also be on vehicles ordered as part of a fleet. You can also find out the of the Chevrolet besides the country where it was manufactured.
Note that the Fisher production calendar is known to differ from the calendar month, and we also do not know exactly how the Fisher production calendar related to the Chevrolet monthly production reporting calendar. . I could be way off, but that is where I was coming from. It was atttached to the vehicle's warranty booklet. In the Chevrolet , pay attention to the first letters or figures.
The Fisher factory documentation for these codes is not in circulation - if it still exists at all. A - signifies the car was equipped with power windows, but the code was not always used. Missing Entry: Vin Code V for 2. The tag was stamped at the Fisher Body assembly plant not the Chevrolet vehicle assembly plant, which was a separate entity with characters describing basic characteristics of the body build. Contact seller for limited warranty part details, qualifications, and possible labor coverage. Due to scheduling requirements, this progression was not absolute and vehicles chould be built out of tag sequence.
The X22, X33, X66, and X77 code differences are easily explained by paint differences Z28 stripe and 396 tailpan , so it is the X11, X44, and X55 codes that require greater analysis. Special paint cars were marked with special codes, as noted in the section. Just sad my order that seemed ahead of everyone's is still not built. The remaining codes have been decoded via statistical analysis, and are therefore not known exactly, but by inference. Note that 1968 Yenkos and 1968 non-Canadian export models, not requiring the statement of certification to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, were shipped with that are absent the 1968 certification statement. The Chevrolet will show you the difference. If it was assembled in July or later it's probably a model year later than listed.
In 67-68, the body number was approximately sequential, increasing as more cars were built during the model year. The letter indicates the approximate day of the month for the start of the assembly of the vehicle body. Note that the first column is the interior paint code that was used on the 67-68 and the 1967 Norwood. Other places to search for a vehicle identification number include various locations under the hood of your car. The Cadillac Firemist colors were the only colors not available. This requires the heater or air conditioning box removal, and therefore most car buyers will not have an opportunity to view this stamp. When the vehicle was sold, the dealer added the customer's data name and address to the metal plate via Dymo-type stamped plastic adhesive labeling.