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The metal one two please.
Is that part #6092846? I've tried to get it clearer, but every time I move it, I think the numbers looks different. Thanks again for your help, it is greatly appreciated.
It looks like 6092810. I’ll grab some more pictures in a bit, hopefully they will come out clearer.
Do we know if the paint underneath was a matte black, semi or gloss? Finding very limited info about this online. I found one pic that looks like matte?
I think both body color, and black at least in all the photos I have seen.
I believe the body color is not part of the sport package. According the the brochure the sport package came with black paint below the molding just wasnt sure what color. The body color may just be people who have added it on over the years or a dealer thing or something?
Measurements for Dave
Can someone tell me the code I would look for on the data tag for the Sport package. Would that be included on the Formula S?
I can tell you it wasn’t included in the s or cuda just an option. I’ll try to find the code
Not sure what the code is but I know it wasnt part of the 69 A53 S pkg. They Hamtramck historical website.
From MyMopar.com 69-71 option codes. I don't know why A06 is used for both groups, but I know mine didn't have AC and has the other stuff of the Sport Package. Hope it helps: A06 69 Only Sport Group A06 69 Only Air Conditioning Group
From my 69 options book, IMFURYS is correct, A06 is the sports group which was N/A w/ Cuda package meaning you could only get it with standard, or formula S, not cuda for some reason. Guessing it would interfere with the lower graphics on the cuda package? You could additionally order just the sill (rocker) molding without the sports package, being code M25, however it is again N/A w/ Cuda package. Hope this help.
Yes, I believe since the lower stripe on the cuda package was tape and not paint it would make sense that it wasn't available on them.
Disclaimer: The following comment is of no help to the thread, just a reflection of my brain damage caused by being a Mopar fan for 50ish years, Army Reserve for six years and working for the government for 36+). I can see a "finishing" painter on the assembly line back in '69, taking a break until next Barracuda comes down the line that he has to complete the paint on. Boss walks up as a TX9 comes into the area. Painter doesn't get up. Boss says "this is a Sport Package car, so get the black paint on the rockers." Painter looks and says "it is black already." Boss says customer ordered and paid for this car with the Sport Package, so get it done"! Painter gets up, walks over to his (empty) gun, picks it up with one hand (he's eating a sandwich with the other), walks over to the car, blows a shot of air pressure towards each rocker, sit his gun back down and tells the boss "she's got her Sport Package black paint applied now." Boss says "thank you, it looks great and I can check off the paint block section of the build sheet." Boss walks away, painter shakes his head and finishes his sandwich. Yeah, it does appear I have too much time on my hands right now #Quarantinedawayfrommymopars
Damn, didn't know 'ya got pics of me at "work". I think that day I was trying to narrow down my paint list from 12 colors down to 6. whew, spent 40 hours that week and got it gown to 11, lol.
No worries, you got more accomplished in 40 hours than some did in 8 years.
I'm actually down to 10 paint colors. About same number of wheels. Three tire sizes. Two interior colors. I figure if I keep up this awesomely fast pace, I'll be planning my wheelchair build, lol.
Looks like pn 6002840
Awesome-thank you. Still awesome to see pics of "good original ones"