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"The Accessory Detroit Convention Unveil Car"

The GM Jam Handy Bob Lund Video Car



"F" Car Pre-Production Unit



Fleet  &  Special Order  5 - 3

Sales - Convention Detroit *Accessory Vehicle

Model - 12667

Body Style - Convertible

Serial # 12667

Fisher  # DD20D


Paint # 900RR Bolero Red -  Show Paint Required

Trim # 765AA Black

Top Color - White




L30AB  -  V/8 327 cu. in. Engine

M35BG  -  P/G Transmission

A31AA  -  Electric Windows

A67AA  -  Folding Rear Seat

B37BA  -  Floor Mats

C06AA  -  Power Top

D55JJ  -  Console

G80BA  -  Positraction

J50AE  -  Power Brakes

N33BA  -  Tilt Steering Wheel

N40CA  -  Power Steering

N96AA  -  Magnesium Wheel Cover

P58AA  -  7 : 35 - 14 - 4 W/Wall Tires  (Goodyear Tire Company)

U57AK  -  Tape Deck

U69AB  -  Radio

                   Front Antenna

A39AA  -  Deluxe Seat Belts

V31AA  -  Front Guards

V32AA  -  Rear Guards


Fisher Pilot Plant # 21  -  Detroit

Fisher Promise Delivered To Chevrolet  -  6/3

Vehicle Required At Destination  -  8/1

Destination  -  6030 Cass Avenue

                            Detroit, Michigan

                            Attention: D. Reeves


Final Destination  -  Kansas City, Missouri

Vintage Pilot Book Page

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N100020,  “The Accessory Detroit Convention Unveil Car”, was delivered on June 3, 1966 from Fisher Body as coach #DD20D.  Like all F-Body Pilot Prototypes at Norwood, it started its hand built assembly in consecutive VIN number order as the twentieth build of the engineering study.  One of three on Fleet and Special Order # 5-3 made by Sales Convention Detroit, it carried model # 12667.  This red on black convertible was the seventh Camaro convertible ever built.  With a 327 cubic inch power plant and a power-glide automatic transmission, its presence in the latter portion of the General Motors Jam Handy Video with Bob Lund, Assistant General Sales Manager narration, make this an impressive piece of early Camaro history.  It was required to be received by D. Reeves at the General Motors Tech Center on or around August 1, 1966 for photo shoots and video, but was shipped seven days late.   Because of the extremely late “Vehicle Required at Destination” date, our research and interviews have shown that all Pilot Prototypes still in storage at the Pilot Prototype facility were used as assembly test mules.  NCRS certificates show #20 being returned to corporate, Zone 0 and it is thought to have been used as a company promotional vehicle shortly thereafter. Extensive and exhaustive history searches have gleaned no documented ownership history.  Current whereabouts and existence is unknown as of 3-1-2015.


Note: See Pilot Statistics Page for help with explanation of research.


Title History Research N100020

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