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Title: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: JeffAARy on March 05, 2007 - 09:06:40 pm
I believe this red/white 70 Gran Coupe convertible was sold new in Texas, maybe Oklahoma.  It has definitely been in Texas since 1981. The fender tags and broadcast sheet are MIA.  If anyone knows their whereabouts, please contact me.  Thank you.

jeffaary@aol.com
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: kudakoda on July 04, 2013 - 03:25:29 am
New Owner............still looking for the tag and sheets.

Thx
Kim
kudakoda@xplornet.com
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: cudaized on July 06, 2013 - 12:33:29 am
Was that for sale in 1999 in AZ?

Was it a Tor-Red (EV2) car or Rallye Red (FE5) car? I recall it being all original metal, survivor car.
72-74 Sport Hood added.


M31   R11   Y05    26   EN1
V3W   C55   G31   G33   H51   M25
EV2   PRXW    000    9xx    xxxxxx
E44    D31     BP27    G0B   128990
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: kudakoda on February 17, 2014 - 12:36:19 am
Was that for sale in 1999 in AZ?

Was it a Tor-Red (EV2) car or Rallye Red (FE5) car? I recall it being all original metal, survivor car.
72-74 Sport Hood added.


M31   R11   Y05    26   EN1
V3W   C55   G31   G33   H51   M25
EV2   PRXW    000    9xx    xxxxxx
E44    D31     BP27    G0B   128990
If you have any info on it I'd appreciate it. Picture was taken in 2010.
Thx
Kim
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: hemiken on February 17, 2014 - 03:18:19 am
Looking at those pictures you posted and the fender tag details Ola posted, shouldn't it have V5W on the fender tag also, or has someone put them on at some time :clueless:
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: 'Cuda Hunter on February 17, 2014 - 08:31:26 am
That is not this car is it?

This one was a scam down in Georgia.

(http://i855.photobucket.com/albums/ab115/Cuda_Hunter/Mopar/redvert1.jpg) (http://s855.photobucket.com/user/Cuda_Hunter/media/Mopar/redvert1.jpg.html)
(http://i855.photobucket.com/albums/ab115/Cuda_Hunter/Mopar/redvert2.jpg) (http://s855.photobucket.com/user/Cuda_Hunter/media/Mopar/redvert2.jpg.html)
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: kudakoda on February 17, 2014 - 10:37:23 am
That is not this car is it?

This one was a scam down in Georgia.



The car in your pics doesn't appear to have the cast Waxahachie, TX dealer emblem on the rear panel (Cunningham Motors)
Also Gran Coupes had the argent tail panels. I suspect the wheels had been changed over the years just like the hood was.
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: A93 on February 23, 2014 - 01:17:47 pm
Have you found the rectangular grille inserts for the car since those 2010 pictures?  That are also standard on 1970 Gran Coupes.
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: kudakoda on February 24, 2014 - 11:16:15 am
Have you found the rectangular grille inserts for the car since those 2010 pictures?  That are also standard on 1970 Gran Coupes.
No............. more interested in locating the fender tag and build sheet.
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: EB3-GranCoupe on March 01, 2014 - 11:35:10 am
Reading this thread, it looks like Ola has a record of what the data plate was.  You can always get one re-popped.  I would check your cowl and radiator support to verify the VIN to make sure the its still the same car!
Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: kudakoda on April 03, 2017 - 03:28:43 pm
No............. more interested in locating the fender tag and build sheet.

Update - The build sheet was located in Florida and it is now back with the car. It was tucked into the back seat of another GC  :bananasmi

If anyone on this site that has Texas roots that knows anything about the old Cunningham Motors in Waxahachie I'd be interested in hearing from them.

Thx

Kim

Title: Re: Looking for info on BP27G0B128990
Post by: RzeroB on April 03, 2017 - 07:46:07 pm
 :clapping:  Congrats on finding your needle in a haystack! Now that you have the BS, getting a new FT will be as easy as pie!  :bananasmi