This statement is entirely remiss. While the L code has certainly not been nailed down to it's intended meaning, it HAS been associated with countless documented supersports and as far as I know, 1 malibu. Let's repeat that for clarity.....
Leeds plant "L" code/SuperSports, too many to count.
Leeds platn "L" code/non-SuperSports, wait for it......1
Look, I'm NOT saying that the theory is or is not correct, I just posted the facts, nothing else. (well except I did say "of course it meant something" )
Otherwise everybody on eBay will be saying "It's true, I saw it on Team Chevelle.
Actually, the true fact is the meaning of the "L" on the trim tag is unknown.
Let's repeat that
the true fact is the meaning of the "L" on the trim tag is unknown.
[ri-mis] Show IPA
negligent, careless, or slow in performing one's duty, business, etc.: He's terribly remiss in his work.
characterized by negligence or carelessness.
lacking force or energy; languid; sluggish.
1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin remissus (past participle of remittere to send back, slacken, relax); see remit