Honest, you have a roadster.
The clue is the 3rd character of the VIN - "N"
This was the code for Roadsters (Tourers according to the factory)
GT's on the other hand had the third character as a "D"
The last six digets are the actuall serial number of the car, and really
haven't any connection to body type. I've heard roumors that the numbers
weren't neccessarily consecutive on two concurrent cars coming down the
What the Moss charts give is the START serial number of the GT and
START number of the Roadster.
After that, all bets are off.
On Sun, 19 Apr 1998 11:18:15 -0400 Chris Chandler <email@example.com>
> I was looking up some parts in the Moss catalog, and I happened
>across the Car # chart at the front of the book so I decided to look
>mine up... lo and behold, I don't own a '72 roadster as I thought I
>but a '72 GT.... <BG>
> My car # is GHN5UC269151... which falls squarely in what is
>supposed to be a GT number... however, my eyes tell me that I have a
> Any theories on what the deal is?
>'72 B, Three cats, Three Dogs