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1972 MC Custom Numbers?

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Looking good Doug. For any slight changes I also have black bucket seats with console. I also have tilt and power trunk release. I'm seeing most customs were all AC cars. Strange mine was built and lived in California and never had AC!

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Hey Doug when you get a chance you have to update that I am restoring mine to stock and she was built in Baltimore Md.

Thanks, Again Great Job!!!

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Okay Willie & Eric.  I have updated your most recent information.  Periodically, I will post the most recent additions and will show on the next update.   ;)

 

 

Doug

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Don't know if this helps but I had a 1972 Custom that was my first restoration. It's the green one that this site uses as a reference for the Customs in the tech section. I sold the car a long time ago (early 1990's) but I would bet it's still out there someplace.

 

Code 48 Green/black interior

402 Big block

Bucket seats with console

A/C

Black Vinyl Top

 

Steve

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Just letting everyone know that I included the 72 Custom currently on eBAY.  Not running but likely a candidate.  I made notes on it along with the VIN number included in Auction specisfics.  Based on current numbers, we have 15 documented with a clarification needed on one.

Also an FYI for all to let me know if you come across any going forward.

 

Doug

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Nice job with this project Doug.

Here are my updates:

Exterior: Antique White/Black Vinyl Top

Interior: Black Cloth

Console

Tach

Air Conditioning

Tilt

Stock Condition (except rims)

Aftermarket am/fm/cassette radio

Van Nuys built

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Hey all,

 

I have updated to latest revision #6.  Verify your info and any that are not complete based on the criteria on the spread sheet, please advise.

I have added my notes to this one as a FYI.  Let me know if picture size is an issue.  I'm using PowerPoint and it seems to screw up my pic size.

 

All have a GREAT day.............. ;)

 

Doug

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doug, great work, my custom does not have , pw,pdl,power trunk,tach

but does have tan vinyl top

vinyl bench seat

condition stock

 

how do i know where it was built,thanks 

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Hey Roger,  I have updated your info and will Post newest revision soon.   :coffee2:

 

You can determine where built by going to FGMCC Home Page, scroll to Resources and Technical Info found on L/H side of Home Page and open.  Scroll to identifying VIN Numbers and open.  The instructions will guide you from there.  Your VIN is stamped just inside front window ledge on driver side if the Build Sheet is not available.  To read it, look into front window from outside and hopefully it is still easily legible.  The 7th digit, letter "L" from my VIN identifies Van Nuys, CA. as the Manufacturing Facility. 

 

Doug 

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doug, my car was built in baltitmore, thanks roger

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Just a FYI.  I have added 2 more Customs I have found into the data base for a total of (20) 1972 Customs.  Haven't posted new results as of yet as I believe our membership has included all their info making updates at this point periodically updated.

 

Keep your eyes open and even if you believe I already am aware, please message me so that I can confirm duplication or a new candidate.  I appreciate all your efforts in making this a comprehensive instrument.  ;)

 

Doug   

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Doug,

Thanks for all of your work on this project and continuing to stick with it.

rob

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