Serial Number 6-66AT

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25 Mar 2017 13:02 #32724 by the_helmut
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Hello, where is the serial number stamped into the car. I can't find anything. But I think it has to stamped on the frame or dashboard...

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25 Mar 2017 17:15 #32728 by RandyEma
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Hello. The orig serial plate was on the firewall in the inside of the car above the gas pedal. If there is a frame number on a left hand drive car it is on the right frame rail usually around the holes for a right hand drive steering gear. All that being said it may not have a stamped frame number. Good luck let me know what you find. R

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29 Mar 2017 14:31 #32741 by the_helmut
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Hello Randy,

this, I found at firewall. What does this mean?
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29 Mar 2017 15:28 #32742 by RandyEma
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Helmut . My memory is that this car is a touring car. So the plate is saying that this cars body what ever it is was made by Central Manufacturing co and was the 195 th one built. R
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29 Mar 2017 20:56 #32743 by the_helmut
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That means the "C-7 296"?

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29 Mar 2017 21:23 #32744 by Curt Schulze
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I think C-7 is the body style and 296 is the sequence number of that body style. Randy, correct me if I am wrong here !

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