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Old 12-26-2007, 03:35 PM   #1
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I have been unable to find a thread that has production numbers for hardtop camaro's. I've got a hardtop, 6-speed, with a bunch of manual options and was just curious how many others are out there like mine...Thanks for any input
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look at the RPO codes on the door tag. it sounds like you have a 1LE. If that is the case then you have a very low production car. Also search in the Camaro section for production numbers.
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I have been unable to find a thread that has production numbers for hardtop camaro's. I've got a hardtop, 6-speed, with a bunch of manual options and was just curious how many others are out there like mine...Thanks for any input
I own a black hardtop 6-speed z28 and always wondered about the breakdown of production numbers, however GM never officially released specific breakdowns to the best of my knowledge.
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Have you looked at the camaro white book? You can take the total number of coupe's and subtract the number of removable roof panels (RPO CC1) for that year. That should equal the number of hardtops made. How many of them were Z28's? I couldn't tell from the book.

Example: 1999 Base Coupe = 23,429
+ Z28 Coupe = 14,749
-Roof Panels = 23,930
Number of Hardtops = 14,248
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what determines you have a 1LE? I assume it's in the Vin, or does it actually say it on the window sticker?
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Look on your drivers side door. There should be a sticker labeling all your RPO codes. If 1LE is on there then you have a 1LE. Same for B4C (the cop car package). Some codes, but not all are listed in the white book. You can do a search to see what the other codes stand for.
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