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« Reply #150 on: May 06, 2012, 02:32:22 PM »

My 02C Van Nuys Z/28   26 69
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« Reply #151 on: May 16, 2012, 10:01:52 PM »

I added a summary to the first post of this thread. Smiley
Here's the updated compilation. 67 has a calendar week code. 16 D 7 would be the 16th week of 67, day shift. 40 6N would be 40th week of 66, night shift.
The format changed in 68 and 69 to have the week counted from the beginning of the model year. The extended 69 model year used tanks dated for the 70 model year.

11A  40 6N
??    52 N 6
02A   5 N 7
02C   5 D 7
02E   6 D 7  (stamped 7D6)
03B   9 D 7
03C 11 N 7
04B   4 N 7
04D   5 D
05C  16 D 7

10E  7 5 N  (7 may be a 2 and 5 is upside down)
11C  68 17
12D  68 20
01C  68 19
02C  68 27
02D  68 32
02E  68 32
03C  68 34
04A  68 37
05C  68 42
05D  68 44
07C  68 52
07D  68 52
07D  68 53

09B   1 69
09B   1 69
10A   6 69
10C   4 69
10D  10 69
10D  10 69
11D  14 69
11D  15 69  (stamped 69 51)
11D  16 69
11D  17 69
12A  16 69
12B  17 69
12C  16 69
01B  21 69
01C  21 69
01C  22 69
02A  25 69  (upside down 5)
02C  26 69
02D  28 69
02D  29 69
02D  29 69
02D  29 69
02D  29 69
03B  29 69
03D  45 69 - replaced?
03E  33 69
04A  33 69
04B  33 69
04C  37 69
04C  37 69
04C  37 69
04C  37 69
05A  37 69
05E  41 69
06A  41 69
06A  42 69
06A  45 69
07A  48 69
08A   1 70
08C   2 70
09A   5 70
09C   5 70
10A   9 70
10E  12 70
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« Reply #152 on: January 14, 2013, 01:06:15 AM »

my 12b Nor is 17 69
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« Reply #153 on: January 14, 2013, 01:08:11 AM »

looks like it would be the original, congrats and welcome to the CRG!
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« Reply #154 on: January 24, 2013, 08:26:19 PM »

My 69 was built 03D in Van Nuys.    33 69
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« Reply #155 on: February 10, 2013, 12:04:45 AM »

Mine is a VN 03D stamped 33 69
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« Reply #156 on: February 20, 2013, 08:42:42 PM »

Don't think I added mine. Early 1969 Nor 11A stamped (12-69).  Barley readable. George
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« Reply #157 on: February 21, 2013, 06:01:43 PM »

Here's the updated compilation. 67 has a calendar week code. 16 D 7 would be the 16th week of 67, day shift. 40 6N would be 40th week of 66, night shift.
The format changed in 68 and 69 to have the week counted from the beginning of the model year. The extended 69 model year used tanks dated for the 70 model year.

11A  40 6N
??    52 N 6
02A   5 N 7
02C   5 D 7
02E   6 D 7  (stamped 7D6)
03B   9 D 7
03C 11 N 7
04B   4 N 7
04D   5 D
05C  16 D 7

10E  7 5 N  (7 may be a 2 and 5 is upside down)
11C  68 17
12D  68 20
01C  68 19
02C  68 27
02D  68 32
02E  68 32
03C  68 34
04A  68 37
05C  68 42
05D  68 44
07C  68 52
07D  68 52
07D  68 53

09B   1 69
09B   1 69
10A   6 69
10C   4 69
10D  10 69
10D  10 69
11A  12 69
11D  14 69
11D  15 69  (stamped 69 51)
11D  16 69
11D  17 69
12A  16 69
12B  17 69
12B  17 69
12C  16 69
01B  21 69
01C  21 69
01C  22 69
02A  25 69  (upside down 5)
02C  26 69
02D  28 69
02D  29 69
02D  29 69
02D  29 69
02D  29 69
03B  29 69
03D  45 69 - replaced?
03D  33 69
03D  33 69
03E  33 69
04A  33 69
04B  33 69
04C  37 69
04C  37 69
04C  37 69
04C  37 69
05A  37 69
05E  41 69
06A  41 69
06A  42 69
06A  45 69
07A  48 69
08A   1 70
08C   2 70
09A   5 70
09C   5 70
10A   9 70
10E  12 70

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« Reply #158 on: March 03, 2013, 10:04:03 PM »

I have an original tank in my car and it is covered with a really thick coat of dealer installed undercoating. Its a Canadian car with the undercoating option on the options sheet. Should I remove the undercoating or keep it that way? I am not crazy about the look. It is just a 6 banger car. I would like to have a nice clean tank as the cars has just been painted. I have a new tank I can install, but is there any point keeping the original and does anyone care if this car retains its original tank. I was thinking of saving all of the orginal parts since this car is very original currently. Pretty well everthing for the most part is original except tires, paint, front windshield, some hoses and hose clamps etc.

Here is a Pic of my tank. Car is 11C. It does not seem to match the tank chart.

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« Reply #159 on: March 04, 2013, 12:09:42 AM »

I see 11 69 - fits well. That one digit it barely stamped.....
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« Reply #160 on: March 04, 2013, 02:23:50 AM »

I see 11 69 - fits well. That one digit it barely stamped.....

Thanks Kurt, that would explain the mystery. I could not make out the first 1 at all.
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« Reply #161 on: June 24, 2013, 10:02:36 PM »

My 12C Norwood car has a tank code of 16-69
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« Reply #162 on: June 30, 2013, 02:54:20 PM »

My  04D   Norwood 68 Z   
Tank # 68  41
Shot pics of tank, straps today if anyone is interested. 
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« Reply #163 on: June 30, 2013, 03:11:03 PM »

Bigger pic + #10 mark on tank ( # 10 all over car under body panels, same # in wheels)
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« Reply #164 on: November 09, 2013, 05:24:41 AM »

Here's mine from my LOS 68 SS (possibly SS/RS?)
Build - 11B
Tank code- 68  15

FYI.
I've re-painted the tank silver now, with black straps, but when I paint stripped it, the tank appeared to have (under a few coats of overspray) original factory black paint.
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