Production Broadcast Sheets identify the 'options' which were installed on the car during the assembly process. It is important to locate these sheets in every car possible, as many of them may not match the car in which it was found. A single car could may contain as many as five sheets, locations in which these sheets are commonly found are:
To the right (or above) is an example of a Production Broadcast Sheet. Should you find one that belongs to your car or another, please contact Hamtramck-Historical and/or Transamcuda to register your car and provide information about it.
I have the original bill of sale and what appears to be the warranty certificate for this car, a 1970 Barracuda VIN BS23G0B201076. I purchased this original "In-Violet", Black Vinyl Top Barracuda 2 March 1971 at Jim Clark Chrysler Plymouth, monthly payments $81.66, with the help of my parents in Topeka, Kansas. The color of the car was changed to slate gray in 1976. The car was used as a trade-in at Selman Chevrolet in Orange, California, sometime during 1977, for a 1978 Z-28 Camaro. If you own or know the whereabouts of this Barracuda, please contact me.
Here are various documents that I have collected in associated with AAR `Cuda's in general and specific to my AAR `Cuda; each of which are available for download.