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[QUOTE="Marky Dissod, post: 12138758,
SEO 1A2 Special Service wagons were about as rare, if not even rarer than WX8.
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Ya think ??
According to info from comp nine
8910 1996's had RPO WX8
1 1996 had RPO 1A2

The compnine numbers are all of the markets.
The serial instantly ID's a wagon.
There are some option codes only seen on wagons
There are also codes that only show up on Canadian cars.
 

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So... Where is this 96 1A2?
 

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Correct, that is why I drive a run of the mill 1995 at just over 5000


BUICK
1991: 6,729
1992: 11,019
1993: 9,525
1994: 8,669
1995: 5,522
1996: 8,962

Chevrolet
1991: 15,000
1992: 13,400
1993: 10,607
1994: 7,719
1995: 5,030
1996: 485

Somewhere I have the Canadian numbers but we normaly run at about 10%
Where I live, Caprice wagons are-where quite uncommon.
In 2001 I had to " settle " for a 95 from thousands of miles away.
Not intending to thread jack but I see you seem to have a good bit of knowledge on number breakdowns. Any way you're able to know how many 9c6 taxi packages were made during a similar age range? Also, do you have info on specific special order paint order breakdowns? Was wondering how many "Light Blue" (paint code WA5120) special order paint cars were made in 1994?
 

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Sorry ,I have nothing.
The only route I can think of is if you have a 9C6 , run the serial number through Compnine .
They normally will give a breakdown of how many units were produced with each of your serials RPOs
 
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