Thanks for the information. It's my plan to remove the body from the frame.
How many body bolts are there?
On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 10:36 PM, Alan Watt <AlanW@dprinc.com> wrote:
> As long as the VIN number on the data plate matches the VIN number stamped
> on the frame (left front below the wiper washer fluid) you should be okay.
> You may have to clean off some grease and grime to read it. Also, that is
> assuming you have all the paperwork that matches the VIN number. Believe
> me, I had quite an experience with this. I am no expert, but I did have to
> do tons of research since mine did not match. I am not sure when the VIN
> number also started to show up on the dash, behind the windshield, visible
> from the outside.
> - Alan
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> Subject: [Roadsters] My '68 2000
> My car is getting a little closer to being ready to run. I have had the
> engine rebuilt and I am getting ready to work on the body. I have purchased
> two Mikuni/Solexes and manifold. I bought 5 really good looking Panasport
> look a like wheels.
> I have two bodies; one that is the original '68 and another '68 1600. The
> original body is badly rusted out, so I'm going to use the other body. I
> intend to put the data plate from the original on the new body. Will I run
> into problems with this? Which rearend whould I ues?
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