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1967 coronet 440 convertible production


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Aug 3, 2008
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chattanooga tn
I was really surprised when I checked my little white book and discovered that no production numbers for 1967 Coronet 440 convertibles were listed. Anybody have that information?
there's a 383-4 A/C 67 vert on ebay right now
I would really like to see a breakdown by engine and transmission for the 1967 models like is shown for the 1966 model year.

Do you know where Galen got his info for the white books?

I just picked up the 75 and up edition and I'm a bit underwhelmed.

He totally skips over entire cars, and huge sections of other cars.
The info comes from the factory sales reports but in a format that is a little more user friendly.

There may be a reason for skipping over some info: the reports were not available, incomplete (a full 67 report may no longer exist) or deemed 'not commercial' (the '70 'Cuda info has a much larger $$$ market than 79 Diplomat) and therefore not included. Copies of the original reports are still floating around out there.

GG may have his faults, but if all he ever did was compile the White Books and O&A reports, he made a significant contribution to the hobby. Most of what we know of 'the numbers' come from his work.

Are those reports still available in FCA archives?
The book I just bought is 6th edition and came with an official FCA licensed product sticker on the inside cover.
...and you, my friend may be heir to the throne.

At least around here!

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