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Old 11-25-2021, 02:29 PM
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Default '69 Chevelle #s 375hp/4-sp, Great Docs

Not a lot of '69 Chevelles out there with a build sheet, window sticker, dealer invoice, etc. Very interesting to see 'Gauges' misspelled on the build sheet....

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Is it just me or do the broachmarks look manufactured?
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Is it just me or do the broachmarks look manufactured?
They sure seem heavy. Deep enough to hold paint….curious what others think. Neat car if it all checks out
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Thought the picture wasn’t good enough to make a call on the broach marks, but I also found them a little unconventional looking.

Has anyone else seen “gauges” misspelled on a build sheet?
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Thought the picture wasn’t good enough to make a call on the broach marks, but I also found them a little unconventional looking.

Has anyone else seen “gauges” misspelled on a build sheet?
1969 Framingham build sheets are scarce and if found, most of the time it will only be the left 1/3 of the sheet. U14 will not be on that side, so not many to compare to. The misspelling is definitely suspect as are the broach marks but I can’t say for sure without further investigation.
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I've never seen a Farmingham Build Sheet.....
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I found one in the archives, full sheet with U14 option. Same factory error
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1969 Framingham build sheets are scarce and if found, most of the time it will only be the left 1/3 of the sheet. U14 will not be on that side, so not many to compare to. The misspelling is definitely suspect as are the broach marks but I can’t say for sure without further investigation.

Where are we looking for the misspelling? I looked at all the info and couldn't see it...

Maybe you were thinking gages?
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Where are we looking for the misspelling? I looked at all the info and couldn't see it...

Maybe you were thinking gages?
It’s spelled gauge, not guage.
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