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Production Order Decoding - `64 Hawk

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  • Production Order Decoding - `64 Hawk

    I have recently procured the production order for my newly acquired 64 GT Hawk. There are two options that came with the car listed on the order that I would like some help on "decoding":

    1) The first is listed as "14 844 BRC". Does this refer to the interior, a Dana 44 rear end, or something else?

    2) The second is listed as "63 Elec Winds". I see no evidence of electric windows past or present, so I assume this refers to electric windshield wipers. Is this correct?

    Any help is appreciated, thank you in advance.

  • #2
    Yes, the first regards the interior trim and the other means Electric windshield wipers - not windows.

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    • #3
      Only electric wipers were available. Vacuum wipers were gone by about 1961-62 (?). The '63' order code actually means electric w/washers.

      Dwain G.


      • #4
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        • #5
          [8D] BRC is brown cloth interior, too. BP

          quote:Originally posted by dhodak

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