You can't ID a 442 from the VIN in '67, let alone a W-30. There were 502 factory-built W-30s in 1967. All were built at the Lansing, Michigan plant, so the VIN should include an 'M' plant code). While not impossible, most W-30s were not fully loaded with luxury options like power windows, since they were intended for NHRA stock class racing. A/C and P/B were optional and popular, but the W30's radical duration cam precluded using either with it, plus it was just that much more weight to tote down the strip. Also, all factory '67 W-30s were built after the first of the year in '67, so if it was built before then, you can assume the car isn't a true W-30.