Help with a Chevy II cowl tag

Hello guys and gals, i am new to the life of Chevy II's I was just given a 1965 Chevy II, it doesn't have a motor,tranny,or majority of the interior. i just looked at
the cowl tag and wondering what was this car like when it came out of the factory in Ohio. The cowl tag reads 07C A St 65-11411 Nor18611 tr 752- C-C Paint 2W 3C 4L 5L i cant find out what the last two codes mean can anyone help me i haven't had any luck even on other news groups thanks chris
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07C A

1st line: Built in the third week of July 1965. I believe the A is an internal plant code.
2nd line: Fisher Body style, Chevy standard 2 door. Norwood Ohio plant, that last # on line 2 is the Fisher body job # (no relation to the VIN.
3rd line: TR752 is the interior trim, the other code is for paint.
The rest of the items are option codes, and I'd have to look them up to tell you what they are. These codes are a bit odd in these years...
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replying to Antonio, JohnnyD wrote: 5L is Seat Belts (Coded 1965 Only) according to http://blog.nnnova.com/nova-tech/1962-1967-chevy-ii-nova-cowl-or-trim-tag-identification / 4L is not listed
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