THE SUPERBIRD NASCAR PRODUCTION LIST AND TOTAL PRODUCTION
Greetings Moparheads,
As many of you know, the total number of street Superbirds built remains a mystery.  We do know, from the NASCAR Superbird serial number list, that at least 1920 were built.  Several other numbers have surfaced over the years including 1935 and 1978.  One thing all knowledgeable sources can agree on, is that less than 2000 total street production Superbirds were built.  Having been obsessed with these cars since I first saw one, I have played around with the data I have available.  This was strictly a private personal interest endeavor at first. 
If you have seen the NASCAR list, you know that the cars on it are not listed numerically by VIN code.  They are, instead, listed by the date that they were received at the Clairepoint plant for final assembly.  This made finding a particular car a bit annoying as you have to scan every page visually until you find the VIN you are looking for. 
In the late 1980s I typed the entire list into a computer spreadsheet and sorted them by VIN just for my own amusement.  Fast forward to 2008 - my interest has been renewed in the production number question so I looked for a way to input the sorted numbers into a modern spreadsheet.  The original data was on one of those large floppy discs (the ones that actually were floppy) in a program format that has been lost to time.  I tried scanning the data, using a character reader and other methods to avoid typing the entire list back in manually.  Well, none of those methods worked so..... After several weeks of doing a couple hundred VINs per day, I now have the list in Excel and can sort the data any way I like - again.  When the data is sorted and split out in various ways, some very interesting patterns show up.

HOW MANY SUPERBIRDS WERE BUILT?

This question is virtually impossible to answer.  If for no other reason than the varying definitions as to what constitutes a "Superbird".  Do we count the "body in white" rolling shells built to become race cars?  Do we count the Hemi street Superbird pulled from the line to be modified into the famous cheater drag car?

When most people ask: 'How many Superbirds were built?' they usually mean: How many were made for the public to buy?

 

So our more clarified question becomes:

HOW MANY SUPERBIRDS WERE BUILT FOR SALE TO THE PUBLIC?

We know that NASCAR required 1920 be built for public sale to meet their rules but were more than that constructed?  To try and answer that question we turn first to the best source of information we have - The NASCAR Serial Number List.  This list does in fact have exactly 1920 entries.  It also has what APPEAR to be a number of errors.

 

There are some VIN numbers that are listed twice.  These could be errors in the recording of the codes or errors in the assignment of the codes.  At least one case of two different legitimate cars having the same VIN number from the factory seems to have occurred.  At least one example of a Hemi, 4-speed coded car being built as a 4 barrel automatic seems to have been authenticated.  Mistakes were made.  I personally had a 1970 two-door Imperial with the dash VIN coded as a 4 door.

 

In addition to the duplicated VINs, there are also a fair number of seemingly "missing" VIN numbers.  Once the numbers from the list are sorted consecutively by VIN it becomes quite apparent that Superbirds were not just randomly built and given a VIN as the process unfolded.  The VINs appear in runs of consecutive numbers - anywhere from a handful of cars to over 100 consecutive cars.  Sometimes, in the middle of a "run" of codes, there is one missing.  Often nearby is a duplication of another VIN number that is suspiciously similar.  The obvious, but potentially erroneous, explanation is that one code was incorrectly recorded twice and the correct code, which should have been written down, never made it into the list.

 

You can see why, at this point, it is impossible to determine exactly how many cars were built based upon the NASCAR list alone.  To be safe, when people ask about production numbers I say: Less than two thousand were built.  I believe that number safely accounts for any discrepancies in the data, production mistakes and/or varying interpretations of the question itself.

With the data we have, we can float conjecture as to a more accurate production number.  Conjecture is fun so here we go.

Greetings All,

To help clarify things, I have inserted the VINs that appear to be missing from the runs of numbers.  These inserted numbers will be in red and have a ? where the car number would be.  The number of "missing" VINs varies depending upon how you count them.  I come up with 41 VINs missing from inside runs.  Of course we could be missing the beginning or ending VIN in a run and we would not know it.

 

The VINs that are duplicated are in purple.  There are 21 sets of duplicated numbers.

 

To the right of these colored entries is a potential explanation in blue.  Also in blue at the end of the list are four cars that had 5 digit or 7 digit VIN codes entered into the list.

 

The green entries are cars known to exist that don't show up on the list at all.  Often they fill in a missing VIN spot perfectly.  In some cases they fall between runs.  These are cars that Joe Ward and I came across while compiling data on as many cars as possible.  At present I have some basic option data, or at least confirmation from a source other than the NASCAR list, for about 800 cars.  We found confirmation of the existence of 15 [16 as of 2010/02/01] of the 41 (inside a run) missing cars.  We found evidence for another 8 cars that are not on the list and fall between the runs.

FOR YOUR OWN COPY OF THE NASCAR SERIAL NUMBER LIST, PLEASE CONTACT THE DAYTONA-SUPERBIRD AUTO CLUB BY CLICKING ON THIS TEXT. OR WATCH EBAY - COPIES COME UP FOR SALE FROM TIME TO TIME.

Below are a series of emails that I sent to Ken Presley, noted Superbird restorer.  These emails detail the sorting process leading up to the list to the right.

Email 1
Greetings Ken,

This will be the first of several emails containing various Excel spreadsheets with Superbird VIN data.

Please find attached an electronic duplication of the paper version of the Nascar Serial Number list that we all have.  The electronic version is identical to the original in all ways except that I have corrected a few of the obvious typographical errors.  I only corrected those that were obvious mistakes.  Anything that was open to question, I left as is.  I also went back and checked a 1969 calendar to see what days of the week corresponded to dates on the list.  It appears that this was a Monday through Friday affair.  It shows no cars arriving or shipping on Saturdays or Sundays.

More to come,
Brennan

Email 2 
Greetings Ken,

This spreadsheet is the a sorted version of the original Nascar Serial Number list.  It is sorted by VIN number highest to lowest.  As you know, this makes finding a given car much easier as the original list is not in order by vin.  This list still contains all the duplicate vins and is missing the vins that one would expect to find in a "run" of vins assigned to Superbirds.

One interesting thing is the apparent tendency to build large runs according to engine type.  There are stretches of U and V codes.

More to come,
Brennan

Email 3

Greetings Ken,

The attached spreadsheet is a version of the original Nascar Serial Number list that has first been sorted by engine code and then by vin.  I come up with 666 V codes rather than 665.  This may be an entry error on my part or it may be a typo on the original list.  The important thing is the percentages which are not significantly altered by one car.

More to come,
Brennan

Email 4

Greetings Ken,

This is where things actually start to get interesting.  This spreadsheet is the Nascar Serial Number list sorted by vin number from lowest to highest.  As you know there are many duplicate vin numbers on the list and there are a number of cars that have appeared that are not on the list.  When I found a duplicate vin I put it in purple.  Then I put spaces between 'runs' of vins where there is a break in the series of vin numbers.  The cars not on the original list that are known to exist are in green.  The vins missing from the middle of a run that one would logically think should be Superbirds are in red.  It is not surprising that a number of the cars not on the list fit perfectly into the list.  Even more interesting is how many of the cars not on the list have vins that are very close in format to the duplicate vins or missing vins.  By this I mean the numbers could have easily been transposed when transferring the data to print.  For instance 178678 shows up recorded twice but 176668 is missing and is dead center in the middle of a run.  I believe it is very likely that someone simply made a mistake at some point of the transfer of data onto paper.

I imagine some unfortunate person standing outside at Clairpointe in the snow trying to read vins upside down through an icy windshield or bent over trying to read the door tag and reading the numbers off to someone in mittens trying to stay focused and copy the numbers legibly so that a secretary can later transfer them to paper.  I am surprised that the document is as accurate as it is given the number times data had to be transferred. 

One additional item of interest is that despite almost two dozen cars being found that are not on the list, no cars with vins beyond the highest one on the Nascar list have been found.  If there were more than 1920 cars, that almost certainly means they would have to fall between the runs of cars.  I have done some speculative assessment of the total number of cars and I keep coming up the the same 1920 number.  With close to 800 of the cars on file (or over 40%), one would expect at least one car to have materialized if any cars with a vin higher than 181274 were built.

More to come,

Brennan

HYPOTHETICAL SITUATION #1
Let's assume that Chrysler was on the ball when it came to assigning the VINs to the Superbird project.  Let's say that they knew they had to build 1920 cars and, as they had done with other specialty street versions of race cars, they decided to build a handful more than the minimum required amount.  That would mean they intended to build 1925 cars.  How many cars would the assigned runs of VINs total up to if one ignores all the duplicates, missing numbers and numbers that fall between runs?  What is the total number of VINs assigned if one totals up all the runs?  Well, it turns out to be 1925!  If you make a number of potentially erroneous assumptions, such as; we have the beginning and ending VINs of every run, and then add up all the VINs making up these runs, you get 1925 cars.  Interesting.
To the right of the list you will see the "Span" or run of VINs and a running total.  The number in the span is not the actual quantity taken from the list.  It is the hypothetical amount if one assumes a Superbird was built for each VIN in the run.  So, for example, Span two has a total of 10 cars despite one VIN in the middle not showing up on the list.

FOR ANOTHER DISCUSSION ON PRODUCTION NUMBERS, PLEASE CLICK ON THIS TEXT.


0
0This is a complete entry of the Superbird NASCAR Serial
0Number list.  I may have made some errors during the manual
0transferring of the data to this spreadsheet.  Please check any
0data you find here against an original list.  Also note, the original list
0has a number of errors, typos and duplicate vin entries.
0
0DateDateVINRunning
0VINRecShippedRunTotal
0
1RM23V0A14978917-OctFri19-DecFriSpan 111
51RM23V0A1498526-Nov13-Nov
2RM23V0A14985324-OctFri11-Nov
4RM23V0A14985429-Oct7-Nov
?RM23?0A149855No hypothetical solution
3RM23V0A14985629-OctWed4-Nov
5RM23R0A14985729-Oct7-Nov
7RM23V0A1498583-Nov8-Dec
12RM23V0A1498594-Nov13-Nov
8RM23V0A1498603-Nov13-Nov
23RM23V0A1498615-NovWed11-NovSpan 21011
334RM23R0A15577414-Nov19-Nov
141RM23V0A15577510-Nov11-Nov
46RM23V0A1557766-Nov13-Nov
176RM23U0A15577711-Nov12-Nov
13RM23U0A1557784-Nov12-Nov
14RM23U0A1557794-Nov11-NovThere are two duplicate
6RM23V0A1557793-NovMon14-Novvins and two missing
9RM23U0A1557803-Nov13-Novsequential vins in this sequence
82RM23U0A1557807-Nov12-NovOffset each other?
?RM23?0A155781Joe Ward list
17RM23U0A1557824-Nov11-Nov
27RM23U0A1557835-Nov14-Nov
40RM23U0A1557846-Nov13-Nov
28RM23U0A1557855-Nov13-Nov
69RM23U0A1557867-Nov13-Nov
54RM23U0A1557876-Nov11-Nov
15RM23U0A1557884-Nov17-Nov
11RM23U0A1557894-NovTue12-Nov
39RM23U0A1557906-Nov7-Nov
?RM23?0A155791
16RM23U0A1557924-Nov14-Nov
133RM23U0A15579310-Nov11-Nov
36RM23U0A1557945-Nov12-Nov
10RM23U0A1557953-Nov13-Nov
42RM23V0A1557966-Nov13-Nov
37RM23U0A1557975-Nov13-Nov
32RM23V0A1557985-Nov11-Nov
182RM23V0A15579911-Nov12-Nov
21RM23V0A1558004-Nov14-Nov
18RM23V0A1558014-Nov12-Nov
25RM23V0A1558025-Nov12-Nov
86RM23V0A1558037-Nov14-NovSpan 33041
              

              
120RM23R0A15857710-Nov10-Nov
296RM23R0A15857813-Nov14-Nov
33RM23R0A1585795-Nov10-Nov
267RM23R0A15858013-Nov17-Nov
154RM23R0A15858111-Nov12-Nov
371RM23R0A15858219-Nov
333RM23R0A15858314-Nov14-Nov
77RM23R0A1585847-Nov13-Nov
52RM23V0A1585856-Nov13-Nov
304RM23V0A15858613-Nov14-Nov
76RM23V0A1585877-Nov13-Nov
163RM23V0A15858811-Nov12-Nov
34RM23V0A1585895-Nov12-Nov
30RM23V0A1585905-Nov14-Nov
68RM23V0A1585917-NovFri13-Nov
262RM23U0A15859213-Nov14-Nov
56RM23U0A1585936-Nov14-Nov
26RM23U0A1585945-Nov14-Nov
20RM23U0A1585954-Nov13-Nov
355RM23U0A15859617-Nov
22RM23U0A1585974-Nov14-Nov
24RM23U0A1585985-Nov13-Nov
45RM23U0A1585996-Nov13-Nov
58RM23U0A1586006-Nov11-Nov
53RM23U0A1586016-Nov12-Nov
35RM23U0A1586025-Nov14-Nov
65RM23U0A1586036-Nov11-Nov
31RM23U0A1586045-Nov13-Nov
29RM23U0A1586055-Nov14-Nov
57RM23U0A1586066-Nov13-Nov
38RM23U0A1586076-NovThu10-Nov
59RM23U0A1586086-Nov11-Nov
83RM23U0A1586097-Nov13-Nov
41RM23U0A1586106-Nov11-Nov
48RM23U0A1586116-Nov14-Nov
414RM23U0A15861217-Nov18-Nov
88RM23U0A1586137-Nov11-Nov
87RM23U0A1586147-Nov11-Nov
64RM23U0A1586156-Nov12-Nov
47RM23V0A1586166-Nov13-Nov
60RM23V0A1586176-Nov10-Nov
19RM23V0A1586184-Nov14-Nov
104RM23V0A15861910-Nov13-Nov
80RM23V0A1586207-Nov13-Nov
70RM23V0A1586217-Nov11-Nov
73RM23V0A1586227-Nov11-Nov
137RM23V0A15862310-Nov13-Nov
92RM23V0A1586247-Nov11-Nov
116RM23V0A15862510-Nov11-Nov
127RM23V0A15862610-Nov11-Nov
294RM23V0A15862713-Nov14-Nov
500RM23V0A15862818-Nov20-Nov
?RM23?0A158629No hypothetical solution
386RM23U0A15863014-Nov17-Nov
478RM23U0A15863117-Nov20-Nov
512RM23U0A15863218-Nov21-Nov
420RM23U0A15863317-Nov26-Nov
473RM23U0A15863417-Nov20-Nov
989RM23U0A15863528-Nov1-Dec
911RM23U0A15863626-Nov28-NovSpan 460101
              

 
              
?RM23U0A158744Joe Ward listKnown carSpan0101
280RM23U0A16063713-Nov14-NovUnknown carSpan0
This is probably the missing 160687 below.
85RM23U0A1606867-Nov12-Nov
?RM23?0A160687Car 280?Probably recorded as 160637
?RM23U0A160688Joe Ward listCar 199?
236RM23U0A16068912-Nov13-Nov
195RM23U0A16069012-Nov12-Nov
233RM23U0A16069112-Nov18-Nov
105RM23U0A16069210-Nov11-Nov
55RM23U0A1606936-Nov14-Nov
49RM23U0A1606946-Nov13-Nov
81RM23U0A1606957-Nov12-Nov
50RM23U0A1606966-Nov11-Nov
78RM23U0A1606977-Nov12-Nov
136RM23U0A16069810-Nov11-Nov
121RM23U0A16069910-Nov13-Nov
140RM23U0A16070010-Nov11-Nov
185RM23U0A16070111-Nov13-Nov
114RM23U0A16070210-Nov11-Nov
113RM23U0A16070310-Nov11-Nov
183RM23U0A16070411-Nov12-Nov
122RM23U0A16070510-Nov11-Nov
135RM23U0A16070610-Nov11-Nov
385RM23U0A16070714-Nov17-Nov
428RM23U0A16070817-Nov19-Nov
339RM23U0A16070914-Nov19-Nov
315RM23U0A16071013-Nov28-Nov
337RM23U0A16071114-Nov14-Nov
396RM23R0A16071214-Nov18-Nov
397RM23U0A16071214-Nov17-Nov
263RM23U0A16071313-Nov20-Nov
305RM23U0A16071413-Nov14-Nov
440RM23U0A16071517-Nov18-Nov
446RM23U0A16071617-Nov18-Nov
476RM23U0A16071717-Nov19-Nov
111RM23U0A16071810-Nov12-Nov
98RM23U0A16071910-NovMon11-Nov
103RM23U0A16072010-Nov11-Nov
469RM23U0A16072117-Nov19-Nov
505RM23U0A16072218-Nov18-Nov
468RM23U0A16072317-Nov18-Nov
491RM23U0A16072418-Nov18-Nov
532RM23U0A16072518-Nov19-Nov
673RM23U0A16072620-Nov21-Nov
881RM23U0A16072725-Nov1-Dec
570RM23U0A16072819-Nov20-Nov
?RM23?0A160729
?RM23U0A160730Joe Ward list
460RM23U0A16073117-Nov18-Nov
462RM23U0A16073217-Nov18-Nov
654RM23U0A16073320-Nov21-Nov
613RM23U0A16073420-Nov20-Nov
665RM23U0A16073520-Nov21-Nov
610RM23U0A16073620-Nov21-Nov
167RM23U0A16073711-Nov12-Nov
128RM23U0A16073810-Nov11-Nov
102RM23U0A16073910-Nov10-Nov
939RM23U0A16074026-Nov1-Dec
579RM23U0A16074119-Nov25-Nov
563RM23U0A16074219-Nov19-Nov
97RM23U0A1607437-Nov11-Nov
94RM23U0A1607447-Nov12-Nov
108RM23U0A16074510-Nov11-Nov
115RM23U0A16074610-Nov11-NovSpan 561162
              

              
170RM23U0A16155511-Nov12-Nov
62RM23V0A1615566-Nov11-Nov
273RM23U0A16155713-Nov14-Nov
178RM23U0A16155811-Nov12-NovOne of these is most likely the
43RM23V0A1615586-Nov11-Novmissing 161585 or 161588
144RM23U0A16155911-NovTue11-Nov
99RM23V0A16156010-Nov10-Nov
93RM23V0A1615617-Nov11-Nov
124RM23V0A16156210-Nov11-Nov
44RM23V0A1615636-Nov11-Nov
61RM23V0A1615646-Nov13-Nov
146RM23U0A16156511-Nov11-Nov
110RM23U0A16156610-Nov11-Nov
166RM23U0A16156711-Nov12-Nov
175RM23U0A16156811-Nov17-Nov
230RM23U0A16156912-Nov13-Nov
210RM23U0A16157012-Nov13-Nov
109RM23R0A16157110-Nov12-Nov
89RM23R0A1615727-Nov14-Nov
1265RM23R0A1615734-Dec17-Dec
101RM23R0A16157410-Nov12-Nov
142RM23R0A16157510-Nov11-Nov
67RM23V0A1615766-Nov13-Nov
63RM23V0A1615776-Nov12-Nov
181RM23U0A16157811-Nov12-Nov
289RM23U0A16157913-Nov14-Nov
290RM23U0A16158013-Nov14-Nov
206RM23U0A16158112-Nov13-Nov
228RM23U0A16158212-Nov13-Nov
149RM23U0A16158311-Nov11-Nov
184RM23U0A16158411-Nov12-Nov
?RM23U0A161585Jim BagshawEither 178 or 43 
177RM23U0A16158611-Nov13-Nov
171RM23U0A16158711-Nov13-Nov
?RM23U0A161588Joe Ward ListEither 178 or 43
275RM23U0A16158913-Nov19-Nov
155RM23U0A16159011-Nov11-Nov
147RM23U0A16159111-Nov11-Nov
321RM23U0A16159213-Nov17-Nov
187RM23U0A16159311-Nov12-Nov
143RM23U0A16159410-Nov11-Nov
169RM23U0A16159511-Nov12-Nov
377RM23V0A16159614-Nov17-Nov
134RM23V0A16159710-Nov11-Nov
153RM23V0A16159811-Nov11-Nov
72RM23V0A1615997-Nov12-Nov
66RM23V0A1616006-Nov12-Nov
298RM23U0A16160113-Nov20-Nov
189RM23U0A16160212-NovWed12-Nov
401RM23U0A16160314-Nov17-Nov
316RM23U0A16160413-Nov14-Nov
216RM23U0A16160512-Nov13-NovSpan 651213
              

 

              
245RM23R0A16227513-Nov13-Nov
75RM23V0A1622767-Nov12-Nov
161RM23V0A16227711-Nov12-Nov
117RM23V0A16227810-Nov13-Nov
74RM23V0A1622797-Nov13-Nov
90RM23V0A1622807-Nov12-Nov
79RM23V0A1622817-Nov12-Nov
266RM23R0A16228213-Nov20-Nov
360RM23R0A16228318-Nov
313RM23R0A16228413-Nov14-Nov
373RM23R0A16228520-Nov
372RM23R0A16228626-Nov
119RM23V0A16228710-Nov11-Nov
100RM23V0A16228810-Nov11-Nov
84RM23V0A1622897-Nov12-Nov
71RM23V0A1622907-Nov12-Nov
126RM23V0A16229110-Nov11-Nov
107RM23V0A16229210-Nov11-Nov
129RM23V0A16229310-Nov11-Nov
125RM23V0A16229410-Nov12-Nov
130RM23V0A16229510-Nov11-Nov
106RM23V0A16229610-Nov11-Nov
95RM23V0A1622977-Nov12-Nov
138RM23V0A16229810-Nov11-Nov
91RM23V0A1622997-Nov11-Nov
151RM23V0A16230011-Nov11-Nov
158RM23V0A16230111-Nov12-Nov
131RM23V0A16230210-Nov11-Nov
145RM23V0A16230311-Nov11-Nov
?RM23V0A162304Joe Ward List
387RM23R0A16230514-Nov17-Nov
378RM23R0A16230614-Nov17-Nov
453RM23R0A16230717-Nov18-Nov
?RM23R0A162308Joe Ward List
722RM23R0A16230921-Nov1-Dec
159RM23V0A16231011-Nov12-Nov
148RM23V0A16231111-Nov11-Nov
301RM23V0A16231213-Nov14-Nov
132RM23V0A16231310-Nov11-Nov
237RM23V0A16231412-Nov13-Nov
367RM23R0A16231519-Nov
679RM23R0A16231620-Nov21-Nov
846RM23R0A16231725-Nov26-Nov
853RM23R0A16231825-Nov26-Nov
1068RM23R0A1623191-Dec2-Dec
229RM23V0A16232012-Nov13-Nov
278RM23V0A16232113-Nov13-Nov
164RM23V0A16232211-Nov12-Nov
165RM23V0A16232211-Nov12-Nov
118RM23V0A16232310-Nov13-Nov
180RM23V0A16232411-Nov13-Nov
96RM23V0A1623257-Nov11-Nov
292RM23V0A16232613-Nov19-Nov
123RM23V0A16232710-Nov11-Nov
139RM23V0A16232810-Nov11-Nov
150RM23U0A16232911-Nov12-Nov
160RM23V0A16233011-Nov12-Nov
493RM23V0A16233118-Nov20-Nov
152RM23V0A16233211-Nov12-Nov
173RM23V0A16233311-Nov13-Nov
156RM23V0A16233411-Nov11-Nov
221RM23V0A16233512-Nov18-Nov
196RM23V0A16233612-Nov12-Nov
188RM23V0A16233711-Nov12-Nov
212RM23V0A16233812-Nov12-Nov
213RM23V0A16233912-Nov13-Nov
214RM23V0A16233912-Nov13-Nov
197RM23V0A16234012-Nov12-Nov
186RM23V0A16234111-Nov12-Nov
172RM23V0A16234211-Nov13-Nov
174RM23V0A16234311-Nov12-Nov
309RM23V0A16234413-Nov14-Nov
205RM23V0A16234512-Nov12-Nov
218RM23V0A16234612-Nov14-Nov
179RM23V0A16234711-Nov12-Nov
1067RM23V0A1623481-Dec2-Dec
220RM23V0A16234912-Nov13-Nov
215RM23V0A16235012-Nov12-Nov
331RM23V0A16235114-Nov14-Nov
168RM23V0A16235211-Nov12-Nov
306RM23V0A16235313-Nov17-Nov
157RM23V0A16235411-Nov12-Nov
217RM23V0A16235512-Nov13-Nov
231RM23V0A16235612-Nov13-Nov
162RM23V0A16235711-Nov11-Nov
224RM23V0A16235812-Nov13-Nov
265RM23V0A16235913-Nov21-Nov
375RM23V0A16236017-Nov
310RM23V0A16236113-Nov17-Nov
234RM23V0A16236212-Nov13-Nov
198RM23V0A16236312-Nov13-Nov
211RM23V0A16236412-Nov13-Nov
251RM23V0A16236513-Nov14-Nov
238RM23V0A16236612-Nov13-Nov
293RM23V0A16236713-Nov17-Nov
300RM23V0A16236813-Nov17-Nov
271RM23V0A16236913-Nov14-Nov
308RM23V0A16237013-Nov14-Nov
286RM23V0A16237113-Nov14-Nov
223RM23V0A16237212-Nov13-Nov
288RM23V0A16237313-Nov14-Nov
200RM23V0A16237412-Nov12-Nov
541RM23V0A16237518-Nov21-Nov
297RM23V0A16237613-Nov13-Nov
208RM23V0A16237712-Nov13-Nov
409RM23V0A16237817-Nov20-Nov
193RM23V0A16237912-Nov12-Nov
191RM23V0A16238012-Nov12-Nov
219RM23V0A16238112-Nov12-Nov
388RM23V0A16238214-Nov19-NovSpan 7108321
              

 

              
725RM23U0A16341521-Nov25-Nov UnknownSpan0321
426RM23U0A16344717-Nov17-Nov
254RM23U0A16344813-Nov13-Nov
283RM23U0A16344913-Nov13-Nov
240RM23U0A16345013-Nov13-Nov
282RM23U0A16345113-Nov14-Nov
295RM23U0A16345213-Nov17-Nov
244RM23U0A16345313-Nov13-Nov
204RM23U0A16345412-Nov12-Nov
227RM23U0A16345512-Nov13-Nov
192RM23U0A16345612-Nov12-Nov
287RM23U0A16345713-Nov14-Nov
207RM23U0A16345812-Nov13-Nov
225RM23U0A16345812-Nov13-Nov
203RM23U0A16345912-Nov12-Nov
226RM23U0A16346012-Nov13-Nov
209RM23U0A16346112-Nov13-Nov
235RM23U0A16346212-Nov13-Nov
279RM23U0A16346313-Nov24-Nov
353RM23U0A16346417-Nov
250RM23U0A16346513-Nov17-Nov
366RM23U0A16346614-Nov
239RM23U0A16346713-NovThu13-Nov
270RM23U0A16346813-Nov17-Nov
222RM23U0A16346912-Nov13-Nov
303RM23U0A16347013-Nov14-Nov
202RM23U0A16347112-Nov12-Nov
281RM23U0A16347213-Nov14-Nov
268RM23U0A16347313-Nov17-Nov
190RM23U0A16347412-Nov12-Nov
277RM23U0A16347513-Nov18-Nov
201RM23U0A16347612-Nov13-Nov
194RM23U0A16347712-Nov13-Nov
232RM23U0A16347812-Nov14-Nov
264RM23U0A16347913-Nov21-Nov
252RM23U0A16348013-Nov13-Nov
299RM23U0A16348013-Nov13-Nov
284RM23U0A16348113-Nov14-Nov
249RM23U0A16348213-Nov13-Nov
?RM23U0A163483Joe Ward List
320RM23U0A16348413-Nov17-Nov
247RM23U0A16348513-Nov13-Nov
312RM23U0A16348613-Nov17-Nov
383RM23U0A16348714-Nov21-Nov
 ?RM23 0A 163488      Unknown Car    
256RM23U0A16348913-Nov14-Nov
261RM23U0A16349013-Nov14-Nov
260RM23U0A16349113-Nov14-Nov
259RM23U0A16349213-Nov13-Nov
?RM23U0A163493Joe Ward List
274RM23U0A16349413-Nov19-Nov
302RM23U0A16349513-Nov14-Nov
257RM23U0A16349613-Nov14-Nov
?RM23?0A163497UnknownCar
258RM23U0A16349813-Nov13-NovSpan 852373
              

 

              
112RM23U0A16459610-Nov11-Nov
307RM23U0A16459713-Nov14-Nov
248RM23U0A16459813-Nov13-Nov
269RM23U0A16459913-Nov14-Nov
246RM23U0A16460013-Nov14-Nov
243RM23U0A16460113-Nov13-Nov
255RM23U0A16460213-Nov13-Nov
311RM23U0A16460313-Nov17-Nov
423RM23U0A16460417-Nov17-Nov
559RM23U0A16460519-Nov25-Nov
285RM23U0A16460613-Nov14-Nov
253RM23U0A16460713-Nov13-Nov
276RM23U0A16460813-Nov14-Nov
242RM23U0A16460913-Nov13-Nov
327RM23U0A16461014-Nov14-Nov
291RM23U0A16461113-Nov14-Nov
365RM23U0A16461217-Nov
317RM23U0A16461313-Nov8-Dec
314RM23U0A16461413-Nov14-Nov
319RM23U0A16461513-Nov17-Nov
318RM23U0A16461613-Nov14-Nov
390RM23U0A16461714-Nov17-Nov
391RM23U0A16461814-Nov18-Nov
368RM23U0A16461917-Nov
358RM23U0A16462017-Nov
328RM23U0A16462114-Nov17-Nov
329RM23U0A16462114-Nov17-Nov
347RM23U0A16462214-Nov14-Nov
336RM23U0A16462314-Nov14-Nov
382RM23U0A16462414-Nov26-Nov
412RM23U0A16462517-Nov17-Nov
351RM23U0A16462617-Nov
342RM23U0A16462714-Nov14-Nov
359RM23U0A16462817-Nov
374RM23U0A16462914-Nov
445RM23U0A16463017-Nov18-Nov
354RM23U0A16463115-Dec
323RM23U0A16463214-Nov18-Nov
402RM23U0A16463314-Nov17-Nov
411RM23U0A16463417-Nov18-Nov
416RM23U0A16463517-Nov18-Nov
488RM23U0A16463618-Nov19-Nov
408RM23U0A16463717-Nov17-Nov
394RM23U0A16463814-Nov17-Nov
494RM23U0A16463918-Nov18-Nov
675RM23U0A16464020-Nov21-Nov
419RM23U0A16464117-Nov17-Nov
470RM23U0A16464217-Nov18-Nov
392RM23U0A16464314-Nov17-Nov
346RM23U0A16464414-Nov14-Nov
332RM23U0A16464514-Nov14-Nov
370RM23U0A16464617-Nov
499RM23U0A16464718-Nov18-Nov
418RM23U0A16464817-Nov6-Dec
619RM23U0A16464920-Nov24-Nov
667RM23U0A16465020-Nov24-Nov
625RM23U0A16465120-Nov26-Nov
624RM23U0A16465220-Nov20-Nov
565RM23U0A16465319-Nov19-Nov
561RM23U0A16465419-Nov21-Nov
545RM23U0A16465519-Nov20-Nov
553RM23U0A16465619-Nov20-Nov
544RM23U0A16465719-Nov20-Nov
577RM23U0A16465819-Nov20-Nov
564RM23U0A16465919-Nov19-Nov
879RM23U0A16466025-Nov26-Nov
595RM23U0A16466119-Nov20-Nov
592RM23U0A16466219-Nov20-Nov
661RM23U0A16466320-Nov21-Nov
934RM23U0A16466426-Nov28-Nov
945RM23U0A16466526-Nov28-Nov
859RM23U0A16466625-Nov4-Dec
690RM23U0A16466721-Nov24-NovSpan 972445
              

 

              
381RM23U0A16535814-Nov17-Nov
241RM23U0A16535913-Nov13-Nov
362RM23U0A16536014-Nov
350RM23U0A16536114-Nov19-Nov
380RM23U0A16536214-Nov26-Nov
348RM23U0A16536314-Nov17-Nov
325RM23U0A16536414-Nov18-Nov
344RM23U0A16536514-Nov20-Nov
393RM23U0A16536614-Nov19-Nov
330RM23U0A16536714-Nov17-Nov
357RM23U0A16536814-Nov
340RM23U0A16536914-Nov5-Dec
352RM23U0A16537018-Nov
349RM23U0A16537114-Nov14-Nov
403RM23U0A16537214-Nov17-Nov
379RM23U0A16537314-Nov18-Nov
345RM23U0A16537414-Nov14-Nov
343RM23U0A16537514-Nov20-Nov
356RM23U0A16537617-Nov
341RM23U0A16537714-Nov17-Nov
324RM23U0A16537814-Nov18-Nov
384RM23U0A16537914-Nov17-Nov
463RM23U0A16538017-Nov28-Nov
326RM23U0A16538114-Nov14-Nov
458RM23U0A16538217-Nov26-Nov
432RM23U0A16538317-Nov19-Nov
335RM23U0A16538414-Nov19-Nov
338RM23U0A16538514-Nov17-Nov
272RM23V0A16538613-Nov13-Nov
363RM23V0A16538714-Nov
?RM23?0A165388
640RM23V0A16538920-Nov25-Nov
549RM23V0A16539019-Nov19-Nov
395RM23V0A16539114-Nov18-Nov
515RM23V0A16539218-Nov20-Nov
431RM23V0A16539317-Nov17-Nov
429RM23V0A16539417-Nov17-Nov
369RM23V0A16539517-Nov
376RM23V0A16539614-Nov17-Nov
1728RM23U0A16539712-Dec12-Dec
630RM23U0A16539820-Nov24-Nov
?RM23U0A165399Joe Ward List
631RM23U0A16540020-Nov20-Nov
841RM23U0A16540125-Nov26-Nov
697RM23U0A16540221-Nov21-Nov
604RM23U0A16540320-Nov21-Nov
779RM23U0A16540424-Nov24-Nov
741RM23U0A16540521-Nov24-Nov
683RM23U0A16540620-Nov21-Nov
560RM23U0A16540719-Nov24-Nov
1113RM23U0A1654082-Dec3-Dec
569RM23U0A16540919-Nov26-Nov
629RM23U0A16541020-Nov25-Nov
748RM23U0A16541124-Nov25-Nov
632RM23U0A16541220-Nov25-Nov
723RM23U0A16541321-Nov25-Nov
682RM23U0A16541420-Nov21-Nov
?RM23?0A165415
728RM23U0A16541621-Nov25-Nov
745RM23U0A16541721-Nov24-Nov
1514RM23U0A1654189-Dec11-Dec
649RM23U0A16541920-Nov26-Nov
664RM23U0A16542020-Nov24-Nov
739RM23U0A16542121-Nov25-Nov
643RM23U0A16542220-Nov3-Dec
777RM23U0A16542324-Nov26-Nov
754RM23U0A165424