six-o-one
2004-10-01T15:45:04Z
Anyone know what the second number stamped under the back seat is?

On 601 its: -152652

Any Ideas?


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Etzhold1
2004-10-01T16:24:23Z
Hi Malcolm,

Good question, Et and I have the same problem???
Hope somebody can help us?? ASAP!!!!!

Regards,
Guido

Ps; that sounds great with 3 hebmullers from GB, maybe we can make it four Hebmullers in a row, I hope the car is ready then, if not I put the Heb on the trailer, and bring it like it is to HO!!! πŸ˜ƒ
six-o-one
2004-10-01T16:31:16Z
Is it a similar number on 623 as the chassis numbers are only 2 numbers apart!

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heb623
2004-10-01T17:10:10Z
After some investigations :idea:
I found out that those numbers were there to indicate the β€œrahmen”. This should be a naked (non roling) chassis without mounted wheels, engine, levelers and so on!!!
And after mounting these a new number was given to the rolling chassis!
At pre 22/06/1949 splits this number could be find on the space between hand brake leveler and gear shift!
Feel free to correct me if I am wrong! :oops:


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six-o-one
2004-10-05T14:20:48Z
YanRami
2004-10-09T22:04:10Z
Guido, We are hoping it will be a lot more than 4 in a row, with 623.
Watch this space...

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