Q: 1967 Body Tag Model Number and RPO Codes
I just bought a 1967 Firebird 400 and I picked up a Firebird ID Numbers book that covers 67-93. According to the book the “series” number is not correct. My number is 67-22637 which translates into 1967, Pontiac divission, series ? (27. The book shows 23 for Firebird), 2 door coupe. Can anyone shed some light? Also, where do you look for the RPO (regular production options) codes?
A:…The Trim Tag Model Number for 1967 Firebird deciphers as follows… 67- Year 2- Division (Pontiac) 2637- Style (26-Custom Trim, 37-Firebird Coupe) The “23” you mention refers to the VIN I.D. number (which didn’t denote Standard or Custom Trim).
The ‘RPO” (Fisher Body Accessory Codes) options are listed on the bottom of the 1967 Firebird Trim Tag. Examples: L, 2GW, 3F, 4Q *3F denotes the “400” option for 1967 Firebird.
A:You can find some more information about the RPO Codes which is often times called Five Group Accessory Codes:
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