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  1. Thankyou for your help. Found the vin tag and motor number. Just as you have indicated my numbers fell between the ones you identified. Good to go!
  2. I want to buy an back door outside door handle for a 1931 4 dr.Buick sedan. anyone know where i can get one.
  3. Thanks for the information. I'' take a look there.
  4. Thanks for the info. I'll look there.
  5. I went on a web site that provided the stats for the car and it also had a site to enter a vin# for info. I don't know what kind but was courious so i entered it and got a not a recognized number response. I also entered the last vin # you gave me and got the same response. I know the people I bought the car from and they bought it from the local banker who bought it new so I know there is no problem I think they just thought the engine number was the vin number.
  6. Thankyou for your reply. The previous owner made a new title in 97 because they lost the orginal and when they did I believe the used the engine number for the vin number. The vin they used fall between the numbers you identified as engine numbers. I suppose I will have to get a new title with the correct numbers?
  7. I recently purchased a 1931 Buick 4 dr. sedan series 90. I have been trying to run the vin # to find out what I can about the car but all that comes up is " not a recognized vin # " It is a seven digit number and I know the entire history of the car so there is no funny stuff with the number. Can anyone help me get info about the car on line using the vin number? Or is there some other procedure I could use