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• May 15, 2018
Posted June 17, 2018
VIN 1566788 was probably a September or October 1968 car, making it a U.S. 1969 model. Getting ‘02 doors to close properly without those “corn kernels” in place is an exercise in futility.... 😋
I also have a theory, un-proven thus far, that U.S. 1968 models have “1968” stamped into their metal VIN tags.
Posted July 24, 2019
I own 1566789, the next one on the assembly line and bought it new in Glendale California.
Amazing what fates these 2 "siblings" encountered. Mine is an old friend. Not dumped out in the desert.
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testing more chat stuff
is this better
@steve k. hey?
@steve k. more testing
so, this is nice, but cannot submit with enter key
this is more like posts than chats...
so, yes, this is the other one
this one uses the full edit box, so posting is a bit slower unless you are using Control+Enter
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