THE REAL DEAL

New Zealand Classic Car - - FEATURE -

The Charger’s orig­i­nal ‘Cer­ti­card’ is in­cluded with Rod­ney and Zeta’s doc­u­men­ta­tion. The Cer­ti­card sys­tem was used from 1966 through to 1968 for dealer ref­er­ence with war­ranty re­pairs, with the ac­tual card stored in a black plas­tic sleeve be­hind the ra­di­a­tor sup­port panel. This is the cor­rect card for this par­tic­u­lar car. The top line de­notes the car’s ve­hi­cle iden­ti­fi­ca­tion num­ber (VIN), while the se­cond line in­cludes the trim code, with ‘P4X’ rep­re­sent­ing a black in­te­rior; paint code, with ‘AA1’ rep­re­sent­ing sil­ver paint; trans­mis­sion type, with ‘T3’ rep­re­sent­ing an A-833 four-speed man­ual; rear axle code, with ‘SG’ rep­re­sent­ing a Sure Grip dif­fer­en­tial; and the sched­uled build date, ‘0225’, in this case rep­re­sent­ing Fe­bru­ary 25, 1966. The fol­low­ing lines de­tail owner in­for­ma­tion, with the orig­i­nal owner’s name and ad­dress added af­ter pro­duc­tion, on stamped ad­he­sive strips.

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