oldbug.com
15 years ago
OK... where are some of the best spots to look for the body number on a 59 Rometsch? I'd like to know "what number" my car is.
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Bjoern
15 years ago
...on different places on every Rometsch. One famous place is the angle of the glove-box-cover, another one inside the doors if you remove the door-covers.
oldbug.com
15 years ago
Any other spots?

Also where should the small metal Rometsch body tag go? I have a reproduction I want to stamp and put on the car.
oldbug.com
15 years ago
My glove box door was missing, so that one is out. I see remnants of a number in the engine compartment... 5 something. I need to pull the door panels off and have a look.

Can anyone please answer where the small Rometsch body tag is supposed to be placed?

Im trying to get the car ready for the VW Classic for it's debut.
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overrestored
15 years ago
Randy,

On my Beeskow it is behind the spare... I am not sure about the Lawrence models. If I were you I would look for holes on the panel behind the spare... towards the passenger side and above center height


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oldbug.com
15 years ago
Thanks Eric...I will check there...seems to me there are some holes there. Im still searching for the body number too...and a good photo of the engine compartment. Im planning on using some of that engine turned aluminum for a panel at the base of the engine compartment (I love that stuff!) the side panels and firewall are upholstered. I know it's not correct but it will have a period look to it and it should showcase the Okrasa engine nicely.

I'll post some photos when I get it done.
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