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Question regarding Cord Samco

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09 Feb 2007 04:13 #6367 by db51chev2
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Does anyone know what the paint codes mean. Have a 1970 Samco Cord with paint code 4699L.

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04 Oct 2007 11:36 #8272 by dsmtuned
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ACDMAN wrote: Tom,
I have owned SAMCO Cords since they were new from the factory in Manford,Oklahoma. I have two in my collection and know them inside and out. I have original specs. and factory wiring diagrams etc. Any help just let me know.
Michael
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Hello,
Would you happen to know what frame the SAMCO Cord is built on? I am looking for some replacement leaf springs.

Thank you very much!!

Craig

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30 Oct 2007 22:19 #8544 by Looopy133
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PST has a brake kit for 299 that has everything you need to redo the brakes they also have disc conversions.

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13 Jun 2020 04:08 #40363 by Bart Grimes
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ACDMAN wrote: Tom,
I have owned SAMCO Cords since they were new from the factory in Manford,Oklahoma. I have two in my collection and know them inside and out. I have original specs. and factory wiring diagrams etc. Any help just let me know.
Michael
Arizona


ACDMAN, are you still a member here? I could use your help if you are.

Could you please help me decipher a SAMCO serial number? After a few hours on the interweb I think I've figured out that it was a Royale with a 440. It's s/n 59R-1043-C. This is the number on the bill of sale from when he purchased it and may be missing a zero at the beginning of the number?My Father bought this car December 22 1969 in Vancouver B.C. Canada. There is some evidence that this was the only one in Canada at that time. He came across this car a few years after he had sold it and it was in rather poor condition. Ideally I'd like to find this car and restore it. Any help at all with info on this (or the SAMCO cars in general) would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Bart

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