As expected, you have no wish to discuss things logically or broach any topic that does not fit your model, or share any of your thoughts with the rest of the hobby.
A) we know that Norwood painted SOME cowl tags white. - No argument (Seems like it started around 11C - maybe earlier but thats the earliest tag I can find with white paint on it)
B) we know it took place after body blackout - otherwise it would be under the blackout.
C) After body blackout the only station left on Fishers side was the trim shop (Yes/no?)
So the tag was sprayed so the guys in the trim shop could tell if a car needed style trim, or interior molding, tinted glass, standard or deluxe seatbelts, a manual or power top, or some large bumper gaurds? I'm going to assume they could tell it was an RS, or needed a remote control mirror? Because everything else on the tags was already done to the car, by the time it hit the front of the paint booth.
If it wasn't for the Fisher guys, and GM did it, when did it happen and who needed the info. Does the logic not flow, am I missing some huge peice of the puzzle?