A trim tag is often berefit of desired information. An underpaid over worked secretary was supposed to copy the information on the build sheet to the trim tag but it just might have been at a bad time when your tag hit the trim tag machine.
Howdy fellas, new here, I've aquired a new toy. Time to start fixin' it up.
Need some general info:
Vin# 41447 , factory 4 speed with tach, white with red interior.
My trim tag has nothing listed by the ACC code, the far right side of the tag on the same line has the number 333.
Any ideas, has anyone seen an Acc code that is blank?
Sounds like you car was built at the Wilmington Plant (BW on the cowl tag, Y int he vin). They didn't use the regular fisher body codes but the actual RPO codes like C60. They only used a few of the RPO codes so you will rarely see anything in the ACC section on Wilmington cars. The 333 is not an accessory code. It is the body run number as mentioned on the build sheet. If you have or find a build sheet from your car, the body run number will most likely be in the top right by the vin number.
Thanks for the replies guys. Been away for a while, starting a new job.
I have the build sheet, The 333 is the body run #. Engine is supposed to have code RB on the pad, sadly I have a 1965 283 instead. What are my chances in finging a 1964 RB block? I have found a 1963 R code block. It would be nice to be as original as possible.