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Cool history from my 55 wagon


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I was tired of pens falling out of the front of my glovebox while driving down the road.

I ordered a bunch of parts for my convertible project and decided to buy an additional glovebox for the wagon.

Side note: wanna confuse CARS? Order two gloveboxes at the same time ;)

When I pulled the original box out, this is what I found:

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When I began the restoration of my '38 Buick 46-S, I took the upholstery out of the back seat. What I found chalked on the board between the upholstery and the trunk was an illustration that I would not be allowed to post on this forum !!

Anyone else find anything like this? By the way, the car had never been touched so this was "stock" Buick

Don

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Wow that is awesome. Does anybody know why the assembly line did that on (the back of) the glovebox? I too am curious what 3240 means and thanks for the decoding the rest.

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I assume the top says OK

Then it is

A- Dynaflow

B-Heater and defroster

E-Radio (Selectronic and manual antenna)

F-Safety Group

M-Accessory group

69- Century Wagon

3240 not sure, doesn't match car ID

Dam Mike, I thought it said ABEFM 69 and referred to two young lovers with nothing better to do.

If your right I imagine the 3240 referrs to the number of cars produced ahead of this one.

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