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Old 04-28-2011, 10:06 AM   #1
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Default Buck Tag Decoding

I'm new to the site so bare with me if I'm posting incorrectly...

In short, 20 years ago I had a white 1984 GT I bought off a female police officer... how cool right? She was moving out of country so her brother handled the sale and I was unable to ever get the whole story about all the changes she made to the car. But the longer I had my GT the more I knew the car was not original...

Anyway, a drunk driver ran me over and I lost my pride and joy. However, I did save a tag which I still have today. I'm wondering if I can get some help deciphering this tag:

221584 61B M MO 065
AC 03
EL-H 03 1 3 2NLR

First off, I think my white GT was originally Bright Copper (9C), the tag's copper and the hatch floor was also copper... which is a great color in my option. But just curious what info I can recover from this tag.

Thanks for any help!
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Old 04-30-2011, 11:46 AM   #2
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Go to www.foureyedpride.com and post it in the decoding forum with your story. Foxchassis is the decoding guru on FEP. They are dedicated to the 79-86 4 eyed Fox's.
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Old 04-30-2011, 01:02 PM   #3
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Thanks Hillbilly, I see you live in Beaver Dam. I'm originally from Owensboro... truly God's country!
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