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I guess I could do that as a little extra confidence builder for me,because of the extremely low #s produced, only 61 hemi Hardtop with automatics,
If I get that car, I may just have to pull back enough carpet on driver side and see if I can see 2 holes that match the ones on the plate..
I guess that would really be best thing to do,if nothing else it should make for a very interesting conversation piece!!! Thank you Russ69Roadrunner
That's my take on it,I think I will just put in a zip lock sandwich bag and throw it glove box.Lol
Wow.....That's very interesting..One of the prior owners took it off and put it and both screws in a safe place for fear of someone taking it off...
Yeah...I figure that out too...If it's a real hemi car, why would one want to any more...lol
Mr 4134....U r awesome, A Real Mopar Man.Now if u can just figure out why this car has, not one but two fender tags,I will be Forever Grateful...
I haven't got one yet, but I have found one that I'm very interested in. The one with the 2 fender tags..
I have never seen anything like it...But I'm new to the Mopar Society..Any help would be APPRECIATED.....Sammy
Can anyone tell me what this fender tag represents,,it was placed right next to the normal fender tag on a 1968 hemi roadrunner hardtop??
Yeah...I guess but before I pul the trigger I would like to know as much as possible about what I'm really getting...:lol:
Thank You So Much...Could you please decode these #s and letters ...near the bottom of plate on left side.under the 123,the #s are 950......then...
Thanks ...I will research that ..
Thank You...Basketcase but my car is a 68.The illustration i come to started at 69 through 71or 72
Some of the stuff I have figured out.. Left to right like RM 23 on bottom roll is a 2door HT.....then I have 73 ?? ,in same line,then a 5 that...