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Re: AG Backeast/Datatags [Re: GY3] #3043229
05/18/22 07:43 AM
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The problem becomes people changing them to reflect more desirable options, paint, drivetrain.

I think you meant to say "accepted". [/quote]

Correct:-)

Re: AG Backeast/Datatags [Re: Rhinodart] #3043550
05/19/22 11:31 AM
05/19/22 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Rhinodart
Originally Posted by ZIPPY
Originally Posted by dragon slayer
how the data tag became such a think, is a little bizarre to me since it was exposed metal and can easily be rusted or removed and lost.


Some folks are stupidly judgemental of vehicles that don't have a tag.

Only way to stop is to put a tag on.

The vin will tell you, "you've got a 1969 Hemi road runner built at X plant".
For many of us, that is really enough to start with and we can figure out the rest.

Elitist snobs aren't ever happy with just the VIN, they will lose their minds that you can't prove it was an original 4 speed car or whatever detail they choose,
because there is no tag.

To some extent, putting a car up for sale invites that activity. But I've seen it happen on display vehicles that were not for sale.

A repro tag puts a stop to most of that.


Stop using sense, it does not work with the elitist snobs on this board and elsewhere. If it is not 100% correct by the tag that they say was born with the car then it is a fraud and should be snubbed by the muscle car community... eyes

Not just snubbed, the car should be confiscated by the authorities, and crushed, and the owner charged with a felony!
There is a ton of details that affect the value of a car, and all the plusses and minuses must be considered to determine where the car falls in the value range before buying one.
Some people are only proud of owning a car that is a survivor with all original paperwork, on the other end of the scale, some are proud to own a somewhat thrown together clone. Most of us lie somewhere in between. If someone desires a rare car but has a tight budget, a real car with a made up tag showing some unverifiable options might be affordable to them, and they'd be proud to own it. Not sure why I should lose sleep over that?
And looking under a cars hood and seeing no tag looks bad. Too me it's not much different than looking into the interior of a car and seeing the carpeting is missing or side interior panels gone. Underhood needs a tag to look factory.

Re: AG Backeast/Datatags [Re: Mastershake340] #3043683
05/19/22 06:08 PM
05/19/22 06:08 PM
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I put the fender tag from a 1968 VIP I found in the junkyard on my 1969 GTX for awhile.

From a distance, I've caught 4 or 5 people trying to decode the tag over the years. Hope they had fun with that.





Rich H.

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Re: AG Backeast/Datatags [Re: ZIPPY] #3043721
05/19/22 07:43 PM
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So, third time's a charm, anybody know what the current website is for whatever Data Tags has become?


"We live in a time when intelligent people are being silenced so that stupid people won't be offended".
Re: AG Backeast/Datatags [Re: 6PakBee] #3043765
05/19/22 10:35 PM
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Originally Posted by 6PakBee
So, third time's a charm, anybody know what the current website is for whatever Data Tags has become?




Agbackeast@gmail.com seems to be the only current contact for Brett Stoutenberg/also try 18608774440

MikeG

Re: AG Backeast/Datatags [Re: DAYCLONA] #3043814
05/20/22 08:45 AM
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Originally Posted by DAYCLONA
Originally Posted by 6PakBee
So, third time's a charm, anybody know what the current website is for whatever Data Tags has become?




Agbackeast@gmail.com seems to be the only current contact for Brett Stoutenberg/also try 18608774440

MikeG


Mike, thanks. I'll give it a shot. up


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Re: AG Backeast/Datatags [Re: 6PakBee] #3044498
05/23/22 06:24 AM
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In today’s market, a fender tag is a valuable asset. For many crooks, they’re just looking to add value to the car.


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