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VIP Periodic Fun Question for December 13, 2014

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VIP Periodic Fun Question for December 13, 2014

The VIP Periodic Weekly Fun Question (PFQ) is an exercise to give "VIP" members the opportunity to test their knowledge on information (sometimes obscureSmile) relative to the '71 - '73 Mustangs. It is also designed to allow the same members the chance to "win" a nice #1 Icon, bragging rights amongst their peers and the option to select the "problem" for the next exercise.

In commemoration of the holiday season, this is a special exercise whereby a store credit of 100$ will also be awarded to the winner.

Upon completion of the exercise, ALL the Members providing the correct responses will have a response number assigned to their response and that "blind" number will be "pulled from a hat" to determine the winner. Either Boss1Ray or myself will have someone at our location pull the winning number.

The question for this exercise was derived from the old "VIP Weekly Fun Question" archived forum during the period July, August, September, and October 2012, right here on the Site.


This means EVERYBODY has a chance to "win" simply by going to the appropriate forum and researching the problem.

Please note that when you respond to this post, your "answer" will not normally appear until the end of the current contest (approximately 7:00 P.M. {CST}) on Monday, December 15, 2014) when the thread will be transferred to the "PFQ Archives" Forum.

The problem for this week:

As it relates to the 1971 Mustangs, explain why the "Vehicle Certification Label" (AKA Door Data Sticker) for those Mustangs built starting in November 1970 did not have the "MADE IN U.S.A." phrase affixed to the label.

Again, this exercise will end at approximately 7:00PM (CST) on Monday, December 22, 2014.
Good Luck!

rvrtrash & imusa76

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