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I would have thought the serial should be there.....
In Response To: Re: SUPERB collection !!! ()

Hi John, great collection, as the others have said-so refreshing to see GOLD for a change!

I have 4 7228 examples listed with serials (all 136xxx by the way), which would have been showing between the lugs. There is a slight chance the model number wouldn't have been there originally though.


: Thanks Werner

: Anyone happen to know if all the Camaro 7228s had the model number
: & the 18k sign between the lugs?

: None seem to have any serial No & neither of my 2 has any model
: No etc thought they both have the 18k symbol on the caseback
: when opened.

: I know the one in Arno's book showed the model No between the lugs
: but I dont know if they all had that or have mine just been
: polished out? Certainly one of mind doesn't look as though its
: been polished & I dont think the other has either.

: Thanks
: John

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