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    Which Year Wagon is it

    Would like to know which year wagon this is . According to the chassis parts catalog page V11 there is no P6 in 1963 but there is in 1962 . The serial number on the car is 63SC5398 and the body number is 63S P6 8095. There are two tags on the firewall for body ID . With the S P6 designation could the body be a left over 62 Regal ? Remembering there was no S P6 indicated in 1963 . Car was registered as a 1963 . Do we leave as is ??

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    The 63 in the body number says that the car is a a 63.
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    It is a P6 Custom Wagonaire; only produced in Hamilton. So yes, you leave it as it is.

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    To agree with and combine some of the previous answers, the car is a 1963 six cylinder Custom Wagonaire assembled in Hamilton (Canada).
    I thought that I answered this in another thread/topic.
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    I take it the book I have is an American production . I think I will take 8E45E " suggestion and leave well enough alone . Thanks fellas
    Old Fart Terry

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