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Do you have a title and vin plate for a "27 T? What are you asking?

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Thought I would pass this along, FWIW. Based on research I did for my Grandfather many years ago: There was no "VIN Plate" on the later Model T Fords. They had their manufacturing number die stamped into the frame rail under the body, and that same number die stamped into the motor. That number is the number that appears on the title.
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frame no.

From what I have read and examined my frames not all model T's and model A.s had frame numbers. as stated the engine number was used for registration numbers and the paperwork was not always updated when an engine was changed.
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Nice car man, good job with this oldie boy.....we are building here a complete aluminum body of a rdst '27, using a "ARDUNed" flatty....now the old body from where we take the base to build the alum body, are waiting 4 a new project.....i'll post pics soon......
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Surely it is done by now and so was graduation I'll bet

Nice build. That is he way we did stuff back in the erly 60's when I started. My 4th car was a 1927 roadster. I built it like yours but did not channel it. Silly about my reply but I just today found it on my computer. I have not been posting in several years.
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