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JimNoel
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No one really knows just how the Oldsmobile factory would have tagged a “one off” car. The real tell tail to this tag being from some other Jetfire hard top is the paint code V-V. The first V stands for the body color. The second V stands for the top color. A convertible, 3167, did not show the color of the fabric top in the paint code, only has one letter stamped in the cowl tag for paint, body only!
Just quit trying to sell all of us on a bogus car! It is NOT factory! Neither is mine!

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