I'm the original owner of my 69 L48 undergoing a full body off restoration. My POP should have the engine code "HA" (for L48) but in fact the POP was stamped "JA" (396 L35).
Anyone else find errors in their POP's ?
Right, he sells them more as a novelty item. He primarily uses his machine to make the military dog tags that he sells. Addressograph had quite a few different machines intended for different purposes.Cody, the plates we speak of have vehicle specific data, so are pretty much copies of the original issue. Your dad's aren't exactly like that, which of course, eliminates all the ethical concerns ( hat's off to your dad btw) , but makes 'em a $50 item.
I suppose errors are to be expected, since it's really just another form of typing. Would be nice if they proofread though :frown2:I have the opposite on my high school 67 SS (138 VIN). POP should be ED (for 396/325 manual) but is stamped DE (which I think is a 283).
As to frequency of errors, I have seen more real 67 Atlanta POPs with errors than without! And I am serious.