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I see some postings where they refer to a 210 as a B 210. I know that the VIN for these cars has a 150 as an 'A' and the Belair as a 'C', but I've never seen someone refer to the Belair as a C Belair or a 150 as a A 150. So just wondering why the B 210 thing is used by some... Al
 

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Not sure, but Bel Air = C, 210=B, 150=A. Maybe to mean it’s not converted into a 210.
 

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miss stated, B is in the vin for a 210 model.
 

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Common miss use of the two designations that were not used TOGETHER but have the same meaning when used in the singular.

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Hey Datsuns were great cars, we had many models linger around for many years, now they have become collector cars :oops:
 

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B means body model B210
You just confirmed all the confusion! No such thing! It is one or the other.......because they represent the same!

Per GM:
A = 1500 series
B = 2100 series
C = 2400 series (Bel Air)
D = Delivery

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