I've been browsing through 1968 Camaros for sale lately and I've noticed that the VINs and trim tag do not correlate at all with June/July built cars as for build date. I did learn from this site that VIN build dates in June actually do deviate from actual build dates, but could it be as much as 4 weeks? I've collected pictures of trim tags that have build dates of July 1968 and they show a difference of even more than a month compared to VIN.
The first picture show a trim tag with 07D. VIN of the car is N476xxx and according to the link below the car was built probably mid-late June even though the trim tag shows 07D?http://www.camaros.org/geninfo.shtml#HowMany
The second picture shows 07C. VIN is N472xxx. Again, it should be mid-late June according to the link?
The third pic shows 07D, VIN 479xxx. According to link: somewhere late June?
I know the chances are low that all of these randomly found cars have fake trim tags on them and that they really should have a tag with 06x build date.. But does anyone have a definite answer to this? Otherwise this keeps bugging me..