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  • I have an early 1964 1/2 K-Code coupe and I'm looking for the location of the VIN# and or tag on the transmission.

    • Hi,


      I am a better talker than a typist so please try calling me.


      Best regards,

      Fred

      661-251-2362 Southern California

  • Hey Fred,


    I'm new here, Just signed up.


    I'm curious, what's the build date and serial number on your 65 Coupe?


    I have and A code built in San Jose as well. Originally Phoenician which I believe was an early color and changed later.


    My date is, 05K and is number 143810


    Thanks,


    Joe

    • Hi Joe,


      My 65 Koupe was a first week of 65 model San Jose production. 64 1/2 production seems to have ended at the end of July, 1964 in San Jose. It has a scheduled build date of 06H which is August 6, 1964. I also had questioned the Phoenician yellow being listed in most identifiers as a 64 1/2 color.


      Best regards,

      Fred

    • So


      It looks like our cars are just 2 short months apart and same color too. Pretty cool to find after all these years! Care to share your unit number?

      I guess mine would be 43,810 number built?? Drop the 1??

      Original build mine was an auto but converted to 4 speed when I built it into a Vintage A Sedan race car clone.

      It does have an all original K code HiPo in it too!


      Joe

    • Koupe 126847 and San Jose 1965 VIN started at 125001. Therefore mine is 1,846 from number one. Therefore you need to drop the 125001 from your VIN. San Jose only built the 64 1/2 version for about 3 weeks.


      Best regards,

      Fred

  • I'm interested in some of you parts. Can I call you?

    • Hi,


      Thank you for your inquiry. I am moving around a lot today so I do not have a set phone number. I do see my emails at different times of the day.


      Where are you located?


      Best regards,

      Fred

      fredsclassics@hotmail.com