Going thru some of my parts to liquidate, I came across my original valance/filler piece from my 58 N/Y'er sedan, that still has the final Paint O.K., Trim O.K. and Electrical O.K. still visible (or almost visible). I also found barely visible stampings on the 56 N/Y'er sedan filler piece. This info may be helpful for us that are trying to duplicate originality on our cars. Some of the pictures barely show up so I put a piece of plastic over the markings and somewhat traced (the hands aren't as steady anymore) the outline of the stampings. I wish I had known this before I put my new stamps/decals in the incorrect locations.
On the 58 stampings the only one that had evidence of a circle around it was the electrical. Neither the Paint O.K. or the Trim O.K. had anything visible that suggested it ever had a circle. The Trim O.K. was barely visible in any light or magnification and I could not make out the number but could barely see the rest of the stamp. I included the option tag since the location of the build could have a bearing on where the stamps were located. Maybe someone can tell us where this car was built???
Posted 2018-10-03 9:52 AM (#571095 - in reply to #571035) Subject: RE: NEW INFO!! Inspection stamps/stickers locations
Location: Western Colorado
Gary Goers still has these available as a sticker. I am going to re-order a set so I can put them in the correct locations. The originals were a stamp but the reproductions are a sticker. I will cut the outer circle off the two that apparently did not have the circle. I think the ones I got from him were around $15.00 for the set of three.