My Wagon's Build Info

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  1. RoyalTMonaco

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    Greetings!
    I have a 1975 Dodge Royal Monaco Brougham 3-seat Wagon and I am looking to find out how my car came equipped from the factory, which factory it came from etc etc. I was able to obtain this for my Lincoln Mark III from Marti but does anyone provide a similar service for Dodge vehicles? Or does anyone know if I can get the info straight from Dodge or FCA (Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles) somehow?
     
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    You might have to look for the "build sheet" sometimes located between the seat springs and the foam. Also your fender tag can be decoded (if that year had one). Good luck.
     
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    good places to start thanks very much!
     
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    You're welcome. Also you might try ForCBodiesOnly.com site for specific info and help with your wagon. She looks good in your avatar.
     
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    Thanks again...
     

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    Very Nice ride.
     
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    Welcome. Great wagon. Is it an original CA car? The only Mopar I have is a ‘49 Chrysler, so not sure how their ‘70’s vin tags worked but like your Mark III Ford used a year/plant code. I too have a ‘71 Mark III. Those were easy they were all built at Wixom. But my ‘77 Colony Park the Vin starts 7Z - so I know it’s a St.Louis built car. I know there are enough Mopar guys on here that can help decode your Vin #. Good luck and again that wagon’s a beauty.
     

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    WOW! yours is equally as beautiful. Mine is all original w/ less than 47,000 miles on it. I would love to find a clean 73-78 Colony Park but they seem to be hard to find lately
     
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    Thanks. I was able to find this all original with 30,000 as well. That’s really the way to get them. I’ve got a ‘60 with 90,000, been redone, but I try to find all originals. I just found a ‘77 Landau with 49,000 on it. There are still a lot of great one owners out there.
     

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    DOUBLE WOW! that is stunning!
     
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    Nice looking wagon there Royal T. I hope you are able to find the info you are looking for.
     

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