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post #16 of 20 (permalink) Old Jan 7th, 17, 12:55 PM
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I posted before the merger.

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In 1967 only Fremont and Oshawa coded the trim tag style number that matched the VIN, e.g. a 13567 VIN would show 13567 on the trim tag. In fact, Fremont and Oshawa always did, Framingham did in 1969 and most plants from 1970 on did. All other plants/years coded trim tags with an even 3rd digit (2nd digit in 64).

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Six passenger car and truck assembly plants previously operated by Fisher Body and Chevrolet Motor Division are transferred to the management of GM Assembly Division.

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Front cylinder boss Chevrolet Plants
Oil Filter Boss GMAD Plants
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Six passenger car and truck assembly plants previously operated by Fisher Body and Chevrolet Motor Division are transferred to the management of GM Assembly Division.

On location of VIN stamping:

Front cylinder boss Chevrolet Plants
Oil Filter Boss GMAD Plants
So Kansas City and Atlanta were GMAD plants in 1969 but Chevrolet plants in all the other years? I guess Flint and Van Nuys couldn't make up their mind in 1970, I've seen partial VIN stamps in both locations in 1970.

Confused here...

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