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"The 6-Cylinder Jacksonville Convention Car"



"F" Car Pre-Production Unit



Fleet  &  Special Order  5 - 10

Sales - Jacksonville

Model - 12337

Body Style - Sport Coupe

Serial # 12337

Fisher  # DD52D


Paint # 900GG Granada Gold - Show Paint Required

Trim # 709AB Gold




Standard  -  L/6 230 cu. in. Engine

Standard  -  3 Speed Transmission

P01AA  -  Wheel Discs

P58AA  -  7 : 35 - 14 - 4 W/Wall Tires  (Firestone)

U63AA  -  Push Button Radio

                   Front Antenna

                   110 Volt Wiring

A39AH  -  Deluxe Seat Belts


Fisher Pilot Plant # 21  -  Detroit

Fisher Promise Delivered To Chevrolet  -  6/6

Vehicle Required At Destination  -  8/8

Destination  -  Chevrolet Atlanta

                            McDonough Boulevard And Sawtell Road

                            Atlanta, Georgia

                            Attention: R. J. Jones


Final Destination  -  Richmond, Virginia

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N100036,  “The 6-Cylinder Jacksonville Convention Car”, was delivered on June 6, 1966 from Fisher Body as coach #DD52D.  Like all F-Body Pilot Prototypes at Norwood, it started its hand built assembly in consecutive VIN number order as the thirty-sixth build of the engineering study.  One of three on Fleet and Special Order # 5-10 made by Sales Convention Jacksonville, it carried model # 12337.  This gold on gold coupe was the twenty-sixth Camaro coupe ever built.  With a 230 cubic inch power plant and a standard 3-Speed transmission, its presence in General Motors photo shoots, its impressive ownership history, make this an important piece of early Camaro history.  It was required to be received by R.J. Jones at Chevrolet Atlanta on or around August 8, 1966 for photo shoots.   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 #36 being shipped to R.T. Ayers Chevrolet, Zone 23.  One of three Pilot Prototype builds ordered by Mr. Ayers… he holds the distinction of being the first Camaro collector to exist.  Recognizing the significance of the hand built Pilot Prototypes, he requested and received the first and last build, as well as, #36.  These cars sat on his showroom floor as part of his collection and were used to sell and promote the new model.  He achieved this through his relationships with top brass at General Motors.  A full biography of Mr. Ayers can be viewed on the N100001 video.   Extensive and exhaustive history searches have gleaned all documented ownership history.

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

50 Year History of #36

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