1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe 409 4-Speed in Rhinebeck, NY

#23
There isn’t a list per se. The plants differ in the acc codes. My Tarrytown assembled ‘62 bubbletop (March) has ‘L’ and a ‘T’ in the acc code. Not sure what they are. It is factory 4sp. Other plants could have same letter but different code. As I understand, the plants started using same codes/letters starting around ‘63 or ‘64 for better control. Others on this site have extensive experience on this matter.
Dennis Bubp
 

our1962

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#24
Was John Ginn from Franklin Tenn.?

If yeah, I tried to buy that car back in 2005 or 2006 it was for sale at a car show.

I offered him 50K and he was stuck on 105K, it didn't sell for a few years and he finally sold it for 70K or 74K.

If it wasn't him there's another one out there just like it, I remember him telling me it was restored out in Wisconsin :drinking
 

4speedman

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#25
I saw that car at a couple of the LGC shows in Nashville Tenn and it looked good that was about 10 and 12 years ago. I miss those type of shows.
 
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