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Thread: Got a Car I Wanna Buy

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    Got a Car I Wanna Buy

    I am Evy 67 from New York. Used to own a 1980 Riv with a 5.7 liter, she was a beauty. White with Burgundy velour. I miss her. So now I found something that brings me back to her, but better.

    I would like to get the interpretation of this VIN and Body Tag info:

    VIN 494877H903636
    BODY TAG:

    08D -
    67-49487 EUC 10510
    619-D CC
    EXY 2E
    4F 5K

    I think I deciphered most of this, but I want another look from experienced folks. Might have found myself a Gran Sport, but I need confirmation. Condition is good to very good. Arctic White with Burgundy interior a 1967 Riviera. How much would you pay? Very minimal rust, all matching.

    Talk to me peeps.

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    4 94 87 7 H 903636

    4 = Buick
    94 = Riviera
    87 = 2dr Riv hardtop
    7 = 1967
    H = Flint MI
    903636 = sequential production number


    08D
    67-49487 EUC 10510
    619-D CC

    08D = August, 4th week
    67 = 1967
    4 = Buick
    94 = Riviera
    87 = 2dr Riv hardtop
    EUC =
    10510 = sequential Fisher body number
    619 = Plum vinyl interior
    -D
    CC = monochrome Arctic White car
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    Do you think I have a GS here?

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    there was no separate VIN code for the Riv GS until the 70s.

    i think the only real way to determine that is to find a build sheet. it may be in some of the option codes on the Body Plate though.

    http://rivowners.org/features/Ev_Stats/66-69/index.html
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    It has been for sale for a long time, but I don't think it has GS emblems or is being advertised as a GS?

    http://www.bigrsmusclecars.com/cars/...rt-coupe-20000

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