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Old 10-01-2019, 01:39 AM
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The buildsheet code 'M20'...does not indicate the specific transmission installed, eg; M20, M21 or M22...this code simply told the Fisher Body folks they needed to cut a hole in the floor for a manual trans. shifter. This is a very common point of confusion when folks look at the Fisher buildsheets. Basically the sheet indicated any work needed to the body to facilitate installing various options like; trim and moldings, floor shifters, consoles, decor packages, etc.

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Was that a Willow Run thing? Flint 68 and 69 fullsize used the same type of card and I've seen M21 and M22 transmission rpo codes listed on them.
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Those are Fisher Body broadcast codes.
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