|03-17-2013 02:38 PM|
|33Willys77||What are you working on / building? Also, for a safety factor, your steering idler arm bracket is not mounted to anything too strong. I would be very scared of that one. You need more support since so much has been cut off. Are you reading a number on the original frame part or the subframe that was put on?|
|03-17-2013 10:56 AM|
The laws on this vary greatly and not knowing your state doesn't help. You can go to SEMA action network and check state by state for your requirements. I bought my old '47 Ford out of a field with no title. I found a title from a title vendor in Arkansas for a '48. Since the number on the frame was illegible and eventually got ground and filled during the build, I had some stamped plates made up with the number from the '48 title. This satisfied the TX DPS and I got a new '48 title in my name.
|03-16-2013 03:48 PM|
I typed a 1 instead of an I
I relooked at the number....upon closer inspection the number is CI840392
I'm pretty sure Cadillac didn't use an X style frame.....but I'm not 100% sure. If anyone can narrow this down that would be great.
I am also trying to figure out whatengine I have....the casting number is 3970010 on rear of engine dr side....on the pad in front of the pass. head is T5F505426 V1218TYZ pretty sure it's a chevy 350 but thats all I can come up with...I would like to know the year 2 or 4 bolt main ect.
|03-16-2013 02:03 PM|
|killeratrod||hi i looked around the internet with your numbers and the only thing that came up was 65 to 70 caddy.|
|03-16-2013 11:00 AM|
Chassis # help please
I have an X style frame with the numbers C1840392 stamped down the drivers side....I was told the frame was a 1938 plymouth coupe....I found out the front clip was from a 1938 Desoto. I am going to try to get this veh registered after the restoration is complete and need to know what the fram is.