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Another of the odd seat cover cars.
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I am sure Ray saw this but thought I would post some info. On a facebook page for our cars guy was looking for seat cover material and he posted his trim code as CWA which is not listed in Marti's book only two letter codes. I ask for a pic of his door tag and he put on the facebook page. It looks like this is another of the cars built at the end of production when the Comfort Weave material ran out. His inserts are solid like the Mach 1 I located this summer. His car is also at the end of the model year.
So if you see one that is not correct it might still be and more rare.
Pic of his door tag.
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#2
+1 the owner said his car was ordered June 29th and built in July. A very late production car.

1973 H Code Convertible - Medium Copper Metallic - June 8, 1973, Built Ford Marketing Sales Vehicle
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He almost was buying a Mustang II - not that there's anything wrong with that...
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