Old 05-04-2024, 05:44 PM
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Default Production numbers for all FBs?

I have a one-off (or so the dealer told me in '82, when I was waiting forever for the car to be built) '82 SE with a WS7 package (yes, I know; a WS7 is what superseded the WS6 - when Pontiac ran out of disc brake rears, so I have 15" drums in the back).

I ordered mine with camel tan leather and charcoal gray exterior. The factory came back and said that if I wanted camel tan, I had to take cloth; if I wanted leather, I had to take oxblood. My dealer (Myrtle Motors in Maspeth, NY) was at the time supposedly the largest Pontiac dealer in the northeast. My dad's client was the leasing agent ordering the car. The dealership spoke with the zone rep, who in turn went to the factory, and they said they would build *one* car for me at the end of the run (mine was built 8/29/1982; I took delivery exactly one month later).

I'm curious as to how many other WS7s came off the line, let alone SEs.

305 4bbl
auto (I know...it's missing a pedal)
posi (later redone with an Allison unit)
power remote mirrors
leather viscount interior

(I think I still have the Monroney sticker; I'll have a look and post a pic if I can find it.)

She was a pretty nice ride back in the day, but looking pretty sad currently. She's on the to-do list, though.

Lewis Rosenthal
'63 Bonneville Convertible
'56 Safari
'82 Firebird SE
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