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    I have a lot to ask! As do many of us I'm sure.
    Looking forward to here what you have on your notes.
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    Just a rough guess.
    52 weeks a year, 5 working days a week, and 7 typical holidays a year. 253 working days a year.
    2 a day, 253 working days a year. 1986-1992 if they worked the whole year 3,036 then add
    3 a day from 1992-1996 at 253 days a year 1,012

    So not more than 4,048 total.
    Just a rough estimate.

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    well my mind is not to far gone yet. i rembered everything on my notes but one thing. this company www.atcomp.com this is the company that did the switch panels most of the lighting for centurion. i called them be for i got to work and they still make the bezel to go around the switch panel. they also have the over head lights that are in my c350. i gave them the part number off my switch panel the sean sold me and they told me they still have the plans for it. they are going to check and see if they have the parts to build it. here are the pics of what im talking about. the over head light is the black on.
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    Do they have the switches? Those have so far eluded me.

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    yes, they can make the hole panel 49.95 plus shiping or just the switches are part number ap-swi-074 for the single pole
    the switch panel part number is sx3004-070
    there phone number is 574-262-1258

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4doorbronko View Post
    Most e-bay auctions quote 1 of 2 made........ ever..............
    I know this an old tread my four door was on craigs list and they said that only seven where made when I read that I..... LOL WHAT ever happen to this tread no more info on the Pres. sharing any more info
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    awilson was the big daddy of info in this thread, and he isn't here as much as he used to be. I have a production number on mine, as does at least one other person. Clyde is #1393, he is a 1990.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clydesdale View Post
    Clyde is #1393, he is a 1990.
    The Whale is #815, he is a 90 as well. Build date of 3/90 at the plant.

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    Where did you locate a production number on the truck? We have a 92 c350 4x4 with the 7.3 and ive been all over it and havent found a thing.

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    open the driver's door. look at the edge of the door that is now facing you. There will/should/used-to be a sticker there that gives it creation date...and its #

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traveler View Post
    Just a rough guess.
    52 weeks a year, 5 working days a week, and 7 typical holidays a year. 253 working days a year.
    2 a day, 253 working days a year. 1986-1992 if they worked the whole year 3,036 then add
    3 a day from 1992-1996 at 253 days a year 1,012

    So not more than 4,048 total.
    Just a rough estimate.
    Kind of rekindling an old thread here but the numbers have stuck in my head and also being a Mustang fan, I got curious and did some checking.
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    What I find amazing is that there is one for sale somewhere all the time ....or so it seems Even with such a low production number . Guess its more of a turn over with these trucks

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    does the old plant still have the centurion sign. this whole thread has made me so curious. Is the former president still available?

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    The plant in Michigan does not still have the sign. Not sure about the CA plant.

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