Decoding my 1967 Plymouth Belvedere 11

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    Can anyone decode this tag? Thanks in advance Mike

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    67 Belvedere II 2 door hardtop, 383 4 speed 3.23 sure grip. Black bench interior, dark green body and roof, black upper door frame paint, 775-14 black wall tires. Cleaner air package-CALIF, AM radio. Ordered car, tinted glass all windows, rear seat speaker fader. Scheduled build date April 24, 1967

    im a little unclear on how to decode in the book but it appears it has sill moulding and body side moulding. Which does happen sometimes.

    great car, what shape is it in now? Photos?
     
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    Well it appears that the tag isn't the original tag that came with the car. The is rust free car I bought recently is in California now and will be headed my way in about a mouth when the weather is better. The original color is Richard Petty, raced a Sky Blue, #43.
    My interior is complete with white seats with black or dark blue carpet with 4spd, no console, disc front brakes with no motor or transmission. The rear axle i was told is a open 8 3/4. I did a search on the title vin and this is what I came up with.

    RH23H75151851
    This vehicle is a 1967 Plymouth Belvedere II
    2-door Hardtop,
    383-4v V8 engine
    and was the 51,851st car scheduled for production at the
    Los Angeles, CA assembly plant.

    belvedere16.JPG Belvedere6.JPG Belvedere5 - Copy.JPG Belvedere.JPG Belvedere7.JPG Belvedere8.JPG Belvedere10.JPG Belvedere.JPG Belvedere11.JPG Belvedere12.JPG I will upload on another post it seems that I hit my limit with pictures.
     
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      Seats and door panels are 1966 Coronet 500.

      dash and cluster is 67 Plymouth

      look on core support drivers side for 10 numbers stamped in the metal. Could be on top side or facing the engine.
       
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      belvedere14.JPG belv.jpg belv2.JPG Belvedere4.JPG Belvedere2.JPG Belvedere13.JPG belvedere15.JPG belv3.JPG 1 16  20.png Thanks for your info.... I looked for some Legendary seats that matched my cars seat were from a Dodge coronet 500. I found this today.........
      I do not have the car to take a look see.... I am happy because it was what I was searching for. No rust and a original 4spd car for my 426 4spd. I guess it would be hard to speculate until I have it home. I want to put a Dana in it. I am looking for a fun car put together by me. I have built many cars in my past... some concurs Jaguars, corvettes, many model As and found a fun cars are special because you bring the builder and mechanic on every ride. The critic is in the drivers seat. I have never been stranded...... I love the time I was born because I got to buy these cars new. You all have been very special because I love learning and learning keeps alive... I still have not decided what direction I should go ... Any thoughts?

      Thank you all for your input.....
       
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        what does the numbers on the Radiator support indicate? Mike
         
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        The core support numbers will tell us if that fender tag goes with that body. It will have some same info on it.

        I see it has console brackets on the floor. That didn’t come like that they were added on.
         
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        :)Thank you.
         
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        I might put the bench seat back and paint it GG1 or dark green. You are saying that the top was painted black? or a black vinal top? I can not picture two dark colors.
        Thank you for your help!!
         
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        I had the guy I bought the car from said the numbers on the support are the same as the title. :>)
         
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        uh, oh

        67 and earlier core support # is the SO number, NOT the VIN
         
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        Not sure what (SO) refers too..... sorry ... I have very little social media skills.

        Maybe I miss understood .... I can not speak to you thru a third party intelligently in California where the vehicle is.. Please bear with me.
         
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        So how does the GTX picture fit in, the picture.
         
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        I am new with this web site .... I guess I replied to the wrong party... Sorry
         
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        Which car are we talking about?

        You've shown us 2 cars and a tag that doesn't appear to match either car.

        My comment about the SO number-

        Before 1968, the Sequence Order number (the same number that is on the fender tag) was stamped on the radiator core support.

        1968 and newer had the VIN stamped there.

        If the title to your car has the SO number (and not the VIN), you may have a problem.
         
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        I am new with this web site .... I guess I replied to the wrong party... Sorry
         
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        A foot note.....
        I am totally new to social correctness of this web site. I am old school mentality and have trouble communicating in some reply's. I do not understand all the likes dislikes and do not particularly much care to participate in this. Don't be offended if I do not follow the normal ways of communicating here! I am honest and never been in jail and counting.
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          Yes there is a Sequence Order number is on the rad support....I am 2500 miles from the car. I may have misspoke about the vin.... thing. SO numbers do some how related to the vin some how.
          I will get back to you when I have the facts and not speculate as I did.
          Just a old guy still learning... Thanks
           
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