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And Survey Says.....

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by SoCalCruiser, Feb 16, 2004.

  1. SoCalCruiser

    SoCalCruiser

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    So... All you people with 40th editions, whats you series #?

    I've got 2012
     
  2. Rogue

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    You were supposed to put the 2012 between the tags.
     
  3. SeanAndHis80

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    2907 (His)

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    I do not believe these numbers really mean much. Even though my sister's rig (#306) has the lower 40th number, the VIN is 800 numbers higher than mine - both rigs having been built within a week or two of each other. Go figure.

    Cheers, R -
     
  6. Docmallory

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    [glow=blue,2,300]1678[/glow]

    Here's a related question:
    Does the little number plaque come off, so that the cruddy wood grain underneath can be replaced or removed, and then the plaque re-added?

    Yeah, yeah, woodgrain is evil..... but I wish I could do something with the messed up factory wood without losing the 40th badge I paid so much extra for! :p
     
  7. Rogue

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    The 36th & 37th Edition are much more desirable.
    Just an FYI... :flipoff2:
     
  8. G-Cat

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    [quote author=Docmallory link=board=2;threadid=11633;start=msg109821#msg109821 date=1077671068]
    [glow=blue,2,300]1678[/glow]

    Here's a related question:
    Does the little number plaque come off, so that the cruddy wood grain underneath can be replaced or removed, and then the plaque re-added?

    Yeah, yeah, woodgrain is evil..... but I wish I could do something with the messed up factory wood without losing the 40th badge I paid so much extra for! :p
    [/quote]


    Yep, peels right up with your fingernails. Use a razor blade if you like. Easily re-mounted with original adhesive, in my case.

    Mine is Antique Sage Pearl and is number 0001...thought this on would've been kept in Toyota's vault!! :D
     
  9. cruiserdan

    cruiserdan SupportingVendor Emeritus Moderator

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    Let's see a photo of that plate, shall we?
     
  10. Rogue

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    [quote author=cruiserdan link=board=2;threadid=11633;start=msg109840#msg109840 date=1077672111]
    Let's see a photo of that plate, shall we?
    [/quote]

    I agree...
     
  11. Sammy Jenkins

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    3333.... The BEST Edition :flipoff2:
     
  12. G-Cat

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    Here's a sketch of it:.......... :flipoff2:!

    Actually, mine is 2725. ;) Never seen/heard of one over 5000...lends credence to the argument that only 5000 were produced.
     
  13. Junk

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    [quote author=Garth1 link=board=2;threadid=11633;start=msg109900#msg109900 date=1077675860]
    Here's a sketch of it:.......... :flipoff2:![/quote]

    [​IMG]

    Got to love it when a fairly new half-newb gets it over on the Cbizkit.

    No idea what mine is. I chipped it off with a screwdriver. :flipoff2: I kept it though somewhere. :D
     
  14. cruiserdan

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    <<<"Got to love it when a fairly new half-newb gets it over on the Cbizkit.">>>

    Junkmeister,

    :rolleyes: Um,

    How do you figure that? I called his bluff, no? :flipoff2:

    Check this out, I know none of you guys have one of these. ::)
     
  15. cruiserdan

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    Notice that there is no number assigned to it :flipoff2:
     
  16. Junk

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    [quote author=cruiserdan link=board=2;threadid=11633;start=msg109961#msg109961 date=1077679875]
    Junkmeister, :rolleyes: Um, How do you figure that? I called his bluff, no? :flipoff2: [/quote]

    Meaning I dig his sketch. :-*

    Forgot I need to be nice to you for a few days yet. :-X

    See though we always knew you were a 40th wannabee. :flipoff2:
     
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    Good call C-Dan!