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  1. Thank you to everyone who responded to this request! I'm now comfortable that the car is more likely to be correct than I first suspected.
  2. Thanks Dave. I have posted this up there as well. I enjoy exhuming the history of how these cars were built; there's always some fascinating new detail to uncover.
  3. Yes, it is a convertible. I can understand that it might be possible that the low volume bodies may have been produced in only one plant.
  4. Hi all, my first post on these forums...... I'm looking at a 1957 Chevy Bel Air a n there is a discrepancy on the body numbers that gives me pause. The Serial Number tag reads VC57Axxxxxx which decodes to a car built in Atlanta. The cowl tag Body No. is L34xxx which decodes to the Lansing MI Fisher Body plant. What is the possibility that GM built a body in Michigan and shipped it to Georgia for assembly? I know that there was a fisher body plant in Atlanta as well in 1957. I'm wondering if this car is authentic or has there been some shenanigans going on here . The car was a "rotisserie restoration" . Thanks in advance for any light that could be shed here.