Anyone know what this is?

mountain33

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Finally got into my glove compartment and found all kinds of paperwork from the original owner and dealership where my car was purchased, found this punch card. What was it used for? Found 2
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Pretty cool. Not sure if any value but nice to keep with the car.
 

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Yup, yup you don't find them very often. But sometimes:

They just show up under seats!

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The IBM card is for the office part of the car planning and scheduling. It still tells all the equipment the car came with. The broadcast sheet physically goes to the shops to tell them what to build, thats why a broadcast is attached to the seats and dash.

You can/could get a copy of the IBM card from Chrysler historical for 1967 and older mopars.
 

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IBM card can recreate the broadcast sheet, plus other info.
 

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Major score especially if the car is a 1968 or newer as those records were lost.
 
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