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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Yellow Cars</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Thank You. I look forward to your posting your info on your website. Could you notify me by email when you do? My email address is: srsinger@sbcglobal.net Thank you </div></div>

Glad to have you here Yellow cars, thing is though, this community is about sharing experiences/information. If that discussion goes to private email, it kinda devalues/defeats our goals. Don't take it wrong but I am gonna ask Tim NOT TO email you with the info. He can post updates here for our community (which I hope you will be active in cool.gif) You want it? Check in here to find it smirk.gif He is of course, a grown man and can do as he pleases, I'm just saying...

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Alan:

Sorry that you misunderstood my request to be notified of the updating of the pentrident.com website. I just wanted to be notified as to when it was done. There was no intention to circumvent the club. In fact it seems that my request has initated several responses and disseminated information to other members. Happy Holidays.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Yellow Cars</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Alan:

Sorry that you misunderstood my request to be notified of the updating of the pentrident.com website. I just wanted to be notified as to when it was done. There was no intention to circumvent the club. In fact it seems that my request has initated several responses and disseminated information to other members. Happy Holidays. </div></div>

Yeah, I have to admit, it worked out nicely and good usable information came from it. Nice job cool.gif

Alan

I get dsicouraged when the list is down to a couple posts per day frown.gif I know there are more members here with ideas and experiences to share but 75% of the list members have less than a one hundred or so post count. Go ahead, take the plunge instead of just reading along!!

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: My TC Toy</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Yellow Cars,

I have the stats you are looking for, they are a total of three pages.

If someone can tell me how to attach a file to this thread I will send.

Merry Christmas. </div></div>

Hi, If you have the time, you might try typing the stats into a new database for this group. If you don't have the time just email the stats to me at peavey7@hotmail.com and I will probably find the time to do it. Got lots of time while I'm looking for work, doesn't look like my last job will be able to afford having me on the payroll for quite a while.

If I remember correctly, that list doesn't include the red v6 cars with black interior so it isn't 100% accurate.

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DIMENSIONS

Engine Maserati 16v Turbo II

Displacement 2.2L (135 cid) 2.2L (135 cid)

Type DOHC 16v turbo SOHC 8v turbo

intercooled intercooled

Comp.ratio 7.3:1 8.1:1

Horsepower 200 @ 5,500 160 @ 5,200

Torque 220 lb.ft @ 3,400 171 lb.ft @ 3,600

Bore/stroke 3.44" x 3.62" 3.44" x 3.62"

Weight 3,033 lb(1989)

Wheelbase 93.3 inches

Brakes 4 wheel disc with Teves ABS

Wheels 15x6 cast alum Fondmetal

Tires Michelin MXV 205-60 VR15

Steering 14:1 power rack & pinion

GEAR RATIOS Gertag 284 A 413

5-speed 3-speed

1st 2.69 3.54

2nd 1.55 2.16

3rd 1.00 1.44

4th --- 1.09

5th --- 0.76

Differental 3.02 3.47

Final Drive 3.02 2.64

VIN CODE

DIGIT CODE EXPLANATION

1st Z - Europe Continent

2nd C - Italy Country

3rd 2 - Maserati Make

4th F - Convertible Body Style

5th P - T2 R - 16V Engine

6th 1 - Luxury Car Class

7th 1 - Manual Seat Belt Passenger Safety

8th 0 - First Series Series

9th 1 thru 9, 0 and X Check Digit

10th K = 89 L = 90 M = 91 Model Year

11th B - Milan Plant Location

12-13th 20 - Q Body Chassis Code

14-17th Chassis Number Sequence No

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS PROVIDED BY

THE TC OF AMERICA CLUB

COURTESY MR. ROBERT CHAMPINE, CHRYSLER MARKETING

HISTORICAL NOTE: The last TC to roll off the assembly line was the famous

Arctic White/Bordeaux 16V. Titled as a '90 model, this car was also the last16V.

Supposedly built at the request of Chrysler's Robert Lutz, it was eventually offered

for sale and purchased by a Chrysler employee in Michigan. It had a build date of

April 10, 1990 and a chassis number of 8543, making it the final TC to be built.

BUILD STATS 1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

ENGINE / TRANSMISSION

TURBO II - A413 3,377 3,377

V6 - A604 1,787 1,635 3,422

16V - 5 SPEED 387 114 0 501

TOTAL 3,764 1,900 1,636 7,300

EXTERIOR COLORS BY YEAR 1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

WHITE 1 477 528 1,006

CABERNET 1,454 1,454

RED 1,344 474 409 2,227

YELLOW 965 474 304 1,743

BLACK 0 476 394 870

INTERIOR COLORS BY YEAR 1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

BORDEAUX 649

1

650

GINGER 3,115 948 818 4,818

BLACK 952 817 1,769

EXTERIOR / INTERIOR / TOP COLOR

WITH ENGINE / EMISSION BY YEAR

1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

WHITE/BORDEAUX/BLK, 16V, 49 STATE 1 1

WHITE/GINGER/BLK, T2, 49 STATE 1 1

WHITE/GINGER/TAN, V6, CALIF 52 83 135

WHITE/GINGER/TAN,V6, 49 STATE 172 228 400

WHITE/GINGER/TAN, 16V, CALIF 3 3

WHITE/GINGER/TAN, 16V, 49 STATE 10 10

WHITE/BLACK/BLACK, V6, CALIF 51 67 118

WHITE/BLACK/BLACK, V6, 49 STATE 173 150 323

WHITE/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 4 4

WHITE/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 11 11

1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, T2, CALIF 176 176

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, T2, 49 STATE 405 405

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 15 15

CABERNET/BORDEAUX/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 53 53

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, T2, CALIF 157 157

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, T2, 49 STATE 307 307

CABERNET/GINGER/TAN, T2, CALIF 102 102

CABERNET/GINGER/TAN, T2, 49 STATE 158 158

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 12 12

CABERNET/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 40 40

CABERNET/GINGER/TAN, 16V, CALIF 6 6

CABERNET/GINGER/TAN, 16V, 49 STATE 23 23

1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

RED/GINGER/BLACK, T2, CALIF 406 406

RED/GINGER/BLACK, T2, 49 STATE 375 375

RED/GINGER/TAN, T2, CALIF 160 160

RED/GINGER/TAN, T2, 49 STATE 300 300

RED/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 17 17

RED/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 61 61

RED/GINGER/TAN, 16V, CALIF 8 3 11

RED/GINGER/TAN, 16V, 49 STATE 17 10 27

RED/GINGER/TAN, V6, CALIF 51 53 104

RED/GINGER/TAN, V6, 49 STATE 171 138 309

RED/GINGER/BLACK, V6, CALIF 50 59 109

RED/GINGER/BLACK, V6, 49 STATE 174 159 333

RED/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 4 4

RED/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 11 11

1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

YELLOW/GINGER/BLACK, T2, CALIF 156 156

YELLOW/GINGER/BLACK, T2, 49 STATE 378 378

YELLOW/GINGER/TAN, T2, CALIF 111 111

YELLOW/GINGER/TAN, T2, 49 STATE 185 185

YELLOW/GINGER/TAN, V6, CALIF 51 36 87

YELLOW/GINGER/TAN, V6, 49 STATE 171 105 276

YELLOW/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 18 18

YELLOW/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 56 56

YELLOW/GINGER/TAN, 16V, CALIF 11 3 14

YELLOW/GINGER/TAN, 16V, 49 STATE 50 10 60

YELLOW/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 4 4

YELLOW/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 11 11

YELLOW/BLACK/BLACK, V6, CALIF 50 34 84

YELLOW/BLACK/BLACK, V6, 49 STATE 174 129 303

1989 1990 1991 TOTALS

BLACK/BLACK/BLACK, V6, CALIF 51 64 115

BLACK/BLACK/BLACK, V6, 49 STATE 169 155 324

BLACK/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 4 4

BLACK/BLACK/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 11 11

BLACK/GINGER/BLACK, V6, CALIF 27 44 71

BLACK/GINGER/BLACK, V6, 49 STATE 153 104 257

BLACK/GINGER/TAN, V6, CALIF 26 26

BLACK/GINGER/TAN, V6, 49 STATE 21 27 48

BLACK/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, CALIF 2 2

BLACK/GINGER/BLACK, 16V, 49 STATE 6 6

BLACK/GINGER/TAN, 16V, CALIF 1 1

BLACK/GINGER/TAN, 16V, 49 STATE 5 5

© The TC Pages 1999-2002

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The build info is on another post, http://forums.aaca.org/ubbthreads.php/topics/563469/TC_color_and_engine_production#Post563469

I've never attempted to post a link to another post on this board so I hope it works.

Lou, I just shipped off my 89 service manual so I'm not able to post much helpful info anymore. Don't know if I'll ever be able to find someone local to pick up the other parts I still have, keep getting the same old no show, no communication thing from my craigslist ads. Maybe the locals have decided to get rid of the cars instead of fixing them, I know I used to see 5 or 6 driving around town and haven't seen even 1 in quite a while. I still have a lot of knowledge of the cars that I gleaned from a mechanic friend who worked on them when new but others on the board have more first hand knowledge so I let them do the helping.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: ghostymosty</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The build info is on another post, http://forums.aaca.org/ubbthreads.php/topics/563469/TC_color_and_engine_production#Post563469

I've never attempted to post a link to another post on this board so I hope it works.

Lou, I just shipped off my 89 service manual so I'm not able to post much helpful info anymore. Don't know if I'll ever be able to find someone local to pick up the other parts I still have, keep getting the same old no show, no communication thing from my craigslist ads. Maybe the locals have decided to get rid of the cars instead of fixing them, I know I used to see 5 or 6 driving around town and haven't seen even 1 in quite a while. I still have a lot of knowledge of the cars that I gleaned from a mechanic friend who worked on them when new but others on the board have more first hand knowledge so I let them do the helping. </div></div>

Or maybe you should just review your old for sale adds here, reread them thru, then decide if YOU would buy parts from YOU smirk.gif Without going back and directly qouting each of your and my posts, my in-a-nutshell synopsis of one of them is this:

You: someone come get this convertable black top I have, I'll just sell the whole thing for the price of the glass.

Me: Ok, is it in good shape, I'll give you MORE than you asking price for the glass and take the whole top.

You: Meh, it's not really worth the effort to drag it out, it's underneath a bunch of stuff, maybe next summer...

Do I have it wrong? Am I thinking of a different local seller? Correct me if I have it wrong...

Alan

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TwinCam,

You are not one of the people I was writing about, you never said that you were driving over to pick up the parts. I'm writing about a few people within 20 miles of me that just do a no show, my neighborhood isn't scary at all, so that can't be the problem. They just come up with something better to do, or decide not to come out and don't bother letting me know. People farther away I ask to call me when they are on their way so I can start getting parts out before they get here.

It would take me about 3 hours to get the soft top out and look at it again, that is why the price I want is basically what the glass is worth, which I can see and know is still unbroken. Also one of the reasons I want to sell locally is so that a buyer can come look at the parts and judge condition for themselves, condition is subjective and I tend to be a nit picker on my descriptions. However, I may miss something, be less nitpicky than a buyer, leading to disappointments or more nitpicky and lead to someone who would be happy with the parts not bothering to check on them.

My impression of what you wanted was a top in better condition than the "good" one you have. I have no idea how my top compares to that one so an eyeball inspection is in order, no substitute will do. I also got the impression that if my top wasn't nearly perfect then you wouldn't bother with it. Why would that make me want to spend a few hours getting it out and looking at it. Every time I move it, something can happen to it.

Maybe we are having a major flaw in communication by going by our impression of what the other is saying. If you want to do an eyeball inspection of the top, the headlights, the cornering light, the stainless, the trunk reflector and the other parts I have, let me know. When I had my black 91 I would have jumped on these parts for $600. I haven't moved all the garaged items back in place so it would only take an hour to get my parts out to look at right now, but if other family members need to get to their stuff then I'll have to put boxes 2 and 3 deep in front of the top again.

I know I don't have the right 'talk' to be a salesman, that is why I don't do that type of work. I am a very 'straight to the point' kind of guy and that can put a lot of people off, especially if they judge people by how well they 'small talk'. If you are interested in the parts and want to come look at them, let me know. But don't clog up this post with more unrelated matters to the post starter's intent, we've hijacked it enough.

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