Matt Desy

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  1. Steve, Thank you, I'll look in that spot next weekend. All the best, Matt Desy
  2. Thanks Ron: I'll check that frame location this weekend. All the best, Matt Desy
  3. I posted this on the Olds Club site; also thought I'd throw it out to the general group, here. I'm trying to find the location of the vehicle ID # for my cousin's 1941 Olds sedan. It's a model 66, basic 4-door with a 6 cylinder & stick shift; body looks like a '41 Chevy. CT DMV is hassling him about registering the car because their DMV inpectors (who supposedly have been "all over" this car) cannot find a VIN # tag that matches the number on the title that he got with the car. Obvious places like the door jamb, firewall, cowl, etc. don't have it. I recall some Chevy's of this period having ID tags on the r/h passenger floor. I'm seeing my cousin Labor Day weekend to look for the VIN tag. Any help would sure be appreciated. Thanks & regards, Matt Desy So. Windsor, CT matt@ghberlin.com
  4. My cousin has his grandfather's 1941 Olds ready for the road. He can't easily register it because the VIN # cannot be verified by CT DMV. Supposedly, DMV inspectors have been "all over the car" but unable to locate the VIN that would match with a copy of the title he received with the car. Question: Where is the serial no. (VIN #??) located on a '41 Olds? The car is a 6 cylinder, stick shift and has the small '41 Chevy style body (a Model 66 possibly??). I recall some Chevy's of this era had the ID tag on the passenger side front floorboard. I'm seeing my cousin Labor Day weekend and we're going to try to find the VIN #. Any help would be appreciated. Pls. e-mail to mdesy@ghberlin.com Thanks & regards, Matt Desy So. Windsor, CT