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Old November 26, 2012, 12:41 AM   #9
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You'll need the first 2 digits of the serial # to decode date of manufacture if there is no date code (letter) in the serial. From 1968-1972, the first 2 digits were the date of manufacture, after 1972 you subtract the first 2 digits of the serial from 100 to arrive at the date of manufacture. You can also use the list at to decode the date of manufacture.

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