Bob Zetnick

1924 Dodge VIN location

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I have just moved to Colorado where they require VIN confirmation to get plates...this is a visual confirmation, so a VIN on a title won't work. This is a speedster type of body though listed as a roadster, so it doesn't have doors / jambs for a VIN, there is no plate on the upper right floorboards like my '29 and the engine # doesn't match the VIN on the title. Does anyone know another spot to look for a VIN on a '24 DB? Thanks!

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I was under the impression that there is a number on the cross member under the passenger side floorboard. I could be wrong.

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On my '24 touring, it's stamped on the outside of the right (passenger side) frame rail near the rear shackle mount for the front spring, similar to the photo in Mattml430's reply.  I had to rub it gently with fine sandpaper to make it readable.   As I recall the numbers are about 3/8 of an inch high.  I'd assume it's in the same location on all cars of that year.

 

Where in Colorado are you?  We're a ways east of Parker.

 

Keith

 

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12 hours ago, Farmallregular said:

On my '24 touring, it's stamped on the outside of the right (passenger side) frame rail near the rear shackle mount for the front spring, similar to the photo in Mattml430's reply.  I had to rub it gently with fine sandpaper to make it readable.   As I recall the numbers are about 3/8 of an inch high.  I'd assume it's in the same location on all cars of that year.

 

Where in Colorado are you?  We're a ways east of Parker.

 

Keith

 

Thanks Keith, I'm in Pueblo.

 

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4 hours ago, Taylormade said:

Bob, don’t tell me Colorado isn’t going to let you license that beautiful green and black speedster!  Say it isn’t so. 

Luckily, I still have Texas plates I'll use for a while!

 

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