Author Topic: ’67 Ford Documents Wanted “Special Vehicle Order and Part Specification”  (Read 529 times)

Richstang

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“SVO” or “SVO&PS” sheets are also known as the “add/delete” sheets coveted by ’67 Shelby owners as additional Ford Factory paperwork for their cars. These SVO sheets note the DSO number and the specific options added to this group of cars. It lists the total number of units, a breakdown of each unit by paint color and code, and all the part numbers added or deleted for Ford’s San Jose factory. As production of these base units continued through the model year many parts changed, some were added, and others were deleted. It was all done to help streamline the efforts of the finishing production line at Shelby American saving both time and costs.

A post on the “Shelby Forums” over ten years ago appears to have helped bring many of them out of hiding. Now I’m hoping to take it a step further and find even more of them or improved legible versions.  I’ll start a list here shortly of known copies to help.

Specially, I’m trying to help Dave resolve some questions about DSO 2534, 2536, 2538, and 2540 which appear to have some Ford data issues. If you have a copy of these SVO sheets please let me know ASAP. I’ll forward you my email if you would send me a copy.

Here’s an example of the first page of an SVO sheet for DSO 89-2609. You can see many of the details I previously noted. This copy is one of the better ones I’ve seen. It’s said these can be found under the rear seat cushion, or under the foot areas of the carpeting.




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So far I have a complete set of SVO "Add / Delete sheets for DSOs;

84-2549
84-2571 (possibly a retyped copy as it looks a bit different than other)
84-2596 (slight marks, but very good otherwise)
89-2606 (dark copy with stained marking on page 1)
89-2609 (heavily marked with a water stain on bottom on each page)


Others are just a page here or there, not complete sets.
 
« Last Edit: December 14, 2018, 09:17:03 PM by Richstang »

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Hi Rich,
I think Jeff S has the biggest collection of these sheets. Maybe check the concourse mustang website or Jeff directly....Hope this helps
R.R.

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Hi Rich,
I think Jeff S has the biggest collection of these sheets. Maybe check the concourse mustang website or Jeff directly....Hope this helps
R.R.

Thanks R.R.
I checked the concours website for related posts. None were posted. Jeff sent me a PM that he had the first page of the SVO sheet for DSO 84-2536. It will help, but we still need to find the other pages of it and other SVO sheets. Of course I’d love to find the SVO sheets for all the DSOs as well.


Everyone,
We’re trying to resolve a Ford specific data conflict where some packages and trim codes were intermixed in a single DSO. That breaks a production line rule of one package and one trim per DSO. These Ford conflicts were found on three DSOs all built at San Jose at the same time, right after the New Year.

Brian Styles has a post in his Google Group that digs deeper into this topic for those interested.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/shelbyresearch/43mJlQH5qL0

The registry can only report the data as found in the Shelby American records. It is very clear this was NOT a registry error! It is a Ford data conflict!
Other possible answers may be found in Marti Reports from these same DSO’s (cars from DSO 84-2534, 84-2536, 84-2538, and 84-2540)
If anyone might have Marti’s from them please let me know. 

Thanks for any help or leads.
« Last Edit: December 10, 2018, 11:47:05 PM by Richstang »

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I have a question for any ex/retired Ford employees. 

On the above SVO sheet, it lists a "Decent. date" and a "Cent. date" in the header.
Does anyone know what those abbreviations stand for?

Here's yet another post by Brian where he's trying to sort out the document flow by dates.
I don't have an answer for him, but maybe someone here does.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/shelbyresearch/J8Pchjpji1w

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The Google doc lists what the abbreviations stand for:
    SVO Cent (Centralized Equipment Availability)   [date]               
    SVO Decent (Decentralized Equipment Availability) [date]
but that doesn't help me understand what that means!
Bill

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Bill,
Thank You for sending those SVO sheets for the two different DSO's. (I got sidetracked from updating the list in reply #1).

I did see those full names for the two abbreviations, but like you I'm not really sure what they mean!
Maybe they are related to part shipments?
Can anyone help?

« Last Edit: December 14, 2018, 09:18:02 PM by Richstang »