Super Bee fender tag - help decipher

1968 -1970 Mopars

  1. 440beep

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    Here's the fender tag off my '69 Super Bee. Most of it I've already deciphered, but curious to see what else comes up. The numbers after the B5 B5 in the third line I can't figure out what it is supposed to be, an H, M or W?

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    Looks like WM23H9 to me. WM23 is coronet super bee hardtop. H is 383 engine.
    Here is a fender tag decode from mymopar.com http://www.mymopar.com/index.php?pid=87
    Here is what I came up with.
    WM23:
    Dodge Coronet,Charger
    Medium, Super Bee
    2 Door Hardtop

    H9E: 383 330HP OR 335HP 1-4BBL 8 CYL
    1969
    Los Angeles, CA, USA

    171747: Sequence number

    E63: 383 cid 4 barrel V8 H.P. 335hp
    D32: Heavy Duty Automatic Transmission
    B5: Bright Blue Metallic Exterior Color
    H2B: Trim - High, Vinyl Bench Seat, Blue
    B7: Medium Blue Metallic Int. Door Frames
    725: Build Date: July 25
    373851: Order number

    B5: Bright Blue Metallic Top Color
    A62: Rallye Instrument Cluster Package
    B51: Power Brakes
    J25: 3 Speed Wipers
    M21: Roof drip rail moldings
    M46: Simulated ¼ Scoops

    N96: Fresh Air Hood
    R11: Radio Solid State AM (2 Watts)
    V8X: Tranverse Stripes, Black
    26: 26in Radiator
    A31: High Performance Axle Package w/3.91 Ratio
    END: End of Sales Codes


    Matt
     
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      That 3rd line code should denote "Interior Group"
       

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      Have to keep in mind that lynch road tags that you pictured are specific and other plants tags are not like them.
      Matt
       
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        Oh that's AWESOME!!! thank you!!!! Hmmm...my car has the 3 speed wipers, but yet only a 2 speed switch inside. And I don't get why some of the info comes up "unknown." Has to be something.

         
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        It got 3 speed wipers due to being an N96 ramcharger hood car. The breather does not have room with a 2 speed wiper motor.
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          Thanks mattsmopars, I knew that at "one time" and even put it in a "post" once or twice"
          LOL

          I'm getting old!
           
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          Hey no trouble at all! I have to have my name and place of work on my shirt, so I know who I am and where to stop at for work. LOL
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          After seeing more of the details that I didn't know before I feel kind of bad that it was repainted black with a Six Pack hood on her, though I do LOVE THE SIX PACK!!! And the rear end is now a 4:10 gear, or at least has the 4:10 tag on the axle cover.
           
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          Does it have a Dana 60 under it now? Or still the original 8 3/4? The 8 3/4 is a front loaded 3rd member style like a ford 9".
          The Dana 60 has a rear inspection plate.
          The reason I ask is factory mopar dana 60's only came in 3.54 and 4.10 gear applications in these cars. The 8 3/4 that it cam with had lots of different gear available and by your tag it was a 3.91 gear 8 3/4" axle package car.
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          It's a Dana 60 now. So I'm much better off.

           
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