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I checked the I.D tag and it is a 62-3067 number. I find it hard to believe that someone put the emblems on it before 1963. The local millionaire bought it new and traded it in within a year. I guess the car dealer could have put them on for a better sale price. But I bet there are others like mine with the Cutlass emblems on it with the 62-3067 number. I’m pretty sure I saw a hard top in the junk yard with f-85 on the dash and Cutlass on the finders once years ago.

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