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Re: 1936 120b vn number plate
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It is on a touring sedan. But knowing these were assembly line cars i would assume a convertible coupe could have been produced at any point in the run.

Posted on: 5/25 20:00
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Re: 1936 120b vn number plate
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That is what i thought. But upon further research i have found other 120 cars with 5 numbers after 999. which makes sense with a production run over 40,000. as an example note image

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Posted on: 5/25 18:41
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1936 120b vn number plate
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I am working on a 1936 120 convertible coupe. No tag. I have an old Alabama title for the car. the vin number states 99931762. Understanding the number of 120s produced in 36 i would assume this to be accurate. 999-31762. However I have never seen a plate with more than 4 digits after 999. Would that number be correct on the original plate. Or am I missing something. Any help would be appreciated

Posted on: 5/23 18:13
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