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1967 production numbers


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#1 grant67 (converted)

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Posted April 2, 2008 at 02:21 pm

Hi All

Trying to find out how many 1967 Coronet 500 convertibles 383-2bbl 4spd cars were built. Thinking it must be fairly rare.

#2 charger383

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Posted April 15, 2008 at 03:33 pm

Delayed reply, sorry...

This might help: production numbers link

1967 Coronet 500 WP23, 27 and 41*
30,328 total 2 DR H/T produced.
7,040 4 DR Sedans and 2,252 Convertibles.

(unverified website)

Edited by charger383, April 15, 2008 at 03:36 pm.


#3 grant67 (converted)

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Posted April 28, 2008 at 11:15 am

Thanks Charger

Already been there, lists 383 2 bbl 4spd unknown. Go figure. Someone out there must have the numbers or at least a very educated guess

Grant

#4 charger383

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Posted April 29, 2008 at 08:35 am

Thanks Charger

Already been there, lists 383 2 bbl 4spd unknown. Go figure. Someone out there must have the numbers or at least a very educated guess

Grant


Well we know 2,252 convertibles were made. So just on that number alone, I would say it's pretty rare.

#5 Rodger

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Posted April 30, 2008 at 08:17 pm

Hola Class

It is some what like the 1970 15" wheel base W100 PowerWagon that I have. Dodge Trucks only has listed 1,500 of this size ( Short Wheel Base ) trucks made. Not an typed anything on either the Automatic or the manual was used or the one BBL Slant Six, the 2 bbl LA 318 or the 2 BBL 383.

Mine came with an 318, the NP 435 ( trk 4 spd ), the super HD round instr gage set and 3.55's. The 1970 PowerWagon's had no AM/FM or A/C.

Rodger & Gabby
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