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I'll have to see what I have for your rig.
Any luck on the pics? I'm at my parrents place and was hoping to show my Dad the info you might have. I did see a very sweet 67 Nova SS with 732 Int and C-C white exterior today at the Castle Rock car show today. It had redlines mounted on ralleys. It was a 275 hp, glide car with the correct mint blue window cranks.
Hey weave, I forgot all about that show. Sorry I would havemade a run down there!
It would be nice to start meeting some of us guy's
Nothing where you can see her number yet. However! I can promise you that the pacer in the first row closest to the camera is your #3
Are all the Impala wagons in the back of the pack in this photo considered Festival wagons? Would the wagons and the trucks have their drivers listed on the assignment sheet also?
They sure are considered Festival cars and they should of received the same paint as well.
The following is their numbers and plates.
44.) 93C6644 47.) 93C6647
45.) 93C6645 48.) 93C6648
One of the reason Chevrolet offered these cars to the Committee is because they knew their were some older members that were involved that may find the comfort level a little more pleasing in a wagon than a F-Body
The wagons and the trucks that were assigned to the Speedway are a little unclear in how they were assigned. It's possible that they were assigned to a department and not to an individual. We are still searching for those documents.
Were the plates for all the Festival units consecutively numbered, like these five wagons?
Only as pur group!
Only the Commitment cars were consecutivly number as pur the group that they came out of.
All the commitment cars ran with the state issued special prefix of 93C66.
The first 43 Camaros and five wagons had plates running from 93C661-93C6648
The Pace Car group ran with 93C6601 for #92 and it's likely that #90 and #91( If licensed ) had plate 93C6602 and 93C6603.
Unfortunately I've never seen a good shot of one of the Speedway Replicas or one of the trucks from the rear to see their plate numbers. However, I believe they should follow one of the two other groups of licence's!
Thanks for posting the picture Tony. Did you see my post asking if somebody famous rode with one of the queen selects or?
Thanks Tony for the clarification as to what group you were speaking of. I get confused easily.
The easiest way that I think about is... All the commitment cars can be broken down into the groups that they served via their build week. The Company car/Zone program is not so easy...but at least it's easy enough not to get them confused with the Commitment cars.
What a debate.
Have you guys ever located any "Color Standards"? It might help answer a few things. And show what was the "real white" in the factory's mind. That would be the best A to B between Cameo and Truck White.
I'm coming in on the tail end of this but....
Just a thought!
If you bought a few of the standards that didn't match and then sprayed them out in the different 1967 whites it would be easy to do a comparison.......Then send them around to those that actually give a damn. You could also revise the information on the envlope.
Spraying them out on a sample is much closer to the real world then the typical color chips. I think this would be much better than shipping car parts around. ... You could even fix a mix formula on the back from a company in a line of their's which is most likely to be used by the car owner.This message has been edited. Last edited by: <tech4/2>,
Seeing the photo of the UOIT sheet on another thread has made me wonder. Does anybody have one from a O-1 coded car? There may be some additional info typed next to the paint code.ANYBODY out there, please contact us!! Maybe ANY "Special Paint" car's UOIT sheet would be helpful for research.
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