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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 2nd, 19, 6:53 PM Thread Starter
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need help decoding a cowl tag 1967

hello thinking of buying another car 1967 chevelle ss. wanted to know if the car was anything special. Own calms its rare.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 2nd, 19, 8:09 PM
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Q transmission code is not common, but I wouldn't call it rare. Probably indicates an M21 transmission. The car is bright blue exterior with bright blue interior and was probably an L34 engine with the M21 transmission. It had air conditioning and all glass tinted. Bucket interior with console. It was well equipped, if that is what the seller thinks as rare. I would say it is desirable.
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 3rd, 19, 12:07 AM Thread Starter
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Re: need help decoding a cowl tag 1967

Azcamino thanks this car is in AZ, thanks. ill see if the price is right has fresh paint, still need to be put to geather....

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Re: need help decoding a cowl tag 1967

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Re: need help decoding a cowl tag 1967

Most "rare" thing indicated on the tag is probably the 8-track stereo tape deck (code U in group 2). So (unless the car came without any radio), it came with 5 speakers -- one in the dash for the radio, and two in the front kickpanels and two in the rear package tray for the 8-track. The radio would have a fader and plays through the dash speaker and one of the two rear speakers, when it is all wired up correctly.

So if you see two big oval 6x9 speaker holes sawed out in the rear package tray sheet metal, that is actually factory for that car.

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