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GreenLight Casting Information

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CASTING NUMBER CLASSIFICATION

A significant amount of time and research is involved during the development of each new GreenLight® tool in terms of collectability, market viability, and cost efficiency. Therefore, the number of vehicle models and years that can be placed into one batch of molds are throughly considered to maximize the service of each tool.

Once a casting is approved for production, a specific number is assigned to the model(s) and, depending upon the combination of parts required, a letter will also be attached to the casting number e.g., three versions of the Dodge D-100:

  GL032A - 1967 Dodge D-100 Sweptline (County Roads S1)
  GL032B - 1967 Dodge D-100 (County Roads S3)
  GL032C - 1966 Dodge D-100 (County Roads S6)

In the case of the Dodge D-100, the front cab area, engine, interior, hood, etc. are identical for all versions but differ in the truck bed and chassis. Therefore, each version shares a common plastic parts mold, windshield mold, and primary metal mold but has a separate secondary metal mold for the truck bed and chassis. To help differentiate the components, letters are assigned to the casting numbers to reflect the varied types.

There are a few exceptions as with the case of the 1966 and 1967 Dodge Coronet in which each was assigned a different casting number, GL012 and GL013, respectively.

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1967 DODGE D-100 SWEPTLINE (COUNTY ROADS SERIES 1)
CASTING NO. GL032A

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1967 DODGE D-100 (COUNTY ROADS SERIES 3)
CASTING NO. GL032B

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1966 DODGE D-100 (COUNTY ROADS SERIES 6)
CASTING NO. GL032C