Hello and welcome,
congrats. with your new car. 😃
I guess it is Mr Coenen here, that name was told to us by Björn from Wolfsburg.( also a heb owner ( black ex peter max muller car))
If it is Mr Coenen, I have mailed you on your site adress with some Questions.
If this is not the case I understand that you want to stay anonym and mr Coenen got a useless mail from me. :roll:
Like already written here above, the hebmuller bodynr is only stamped in the front where the Id plate is mounted.
Hebmuller factory registers are gone, Wolfsburg could dig in there books but I think they can only tell that your Chassis with nr ...... was send at day;month.year to Joseph Hebmuller bodyworks in Wulfrath
At your car however there is no bodynr and that means that the metal is replaced for some reason . There is no other source to detect the bodynr and even if you find previous owners the chance is small that they know that number. The only one that could know is the first owner that kept his invoice from the dealer and the litle card with all the details like aufbaunr, chassis, keynr, frame nr; color..
The body Id plate from hebmuller is also gone and this means that you can not date the construction of the car.
The strange thing on your car is that just above the ID plate there is a "X" stamped in the metal I have never seen that on a VW... Strange.
I did see a pict from the punched in VIN and I have doughts that it is original. I see a dubble punched caracter? Maybe it is original but....I am not sure because I have seen alot VINS and never seen a VW Vin like that .
I wish you al the best with your car an if I can find something I will let you know.
Greetings. and a hebby New year ... :wink:
ZELENSIS, coachbuilt body from the 50's on a vw platform made in Belgium. Peter the heb detective