From all I have read the Fisher body tag # corresponds to each body style, 2dr ht, 4dr ht, etc.. they are non repeating numbers that began with #1 at each of the plants. Since my tag states that it was made in the Atlanta Fisher plant, the vehicle style is a 1037D, and the production sequence was 202, I am assuming that since my VIN # is so low it makes probable sense. The only flaw to my theory is that the Atlanta may have received bodies from other Fisher Plants but it doesn’t seem likely due to the distance from other plants. I sure was not alive back then so I could be wrong, can anyone else prove or debunk my theory? James
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