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chassi number on a Minerva 1929

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Hey,

I just got a chassi for a really nice and rare car, Minerva.

Anyone know where to find chassi number on a Minerva 1929 type AN?

Is it on the frame, rear axle?

Hope for answer.

Matt 

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Right or left hand drive? Photo please! I can connect you with someone who is familiar with them. Is the chassis complete or parted out? Also, wheel size and chassis length....IE wheelbase, will all be required to properly ID it.

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Thanks for fast replay.

I`ll will get the info needed, I´ll pick up the not complete chassi in three weeks.

 

Regards

Mats

Stockholm, Sweden🇸🇪

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Posted (edited)

Contact  gilletman on this forum.  I think he is in Holland and seems to have a fair knowledge of those cars.

You will find his latest post further down the forum titled "Pre War Rally"

Edited by DavidAU (see edit history)

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should be on the left front side of chassis where spring attached could you send me some pics of your car? 

pierre vreys minerva (4) pij.jpg

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if you need parts, i know complete steering unit, enginebloks …. 

 

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On ‎4‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 12:11 PM, DavidAU said:

Contact  gilletman on this forum.  I think he is in Holland and seems to have a fair knowledge of those cars.

You will find his latest post further down the forum titled "Pre War Rally"

 he did not contact me …  i'm in Belgium.

 

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4 hours ago, gilletman said:

should be on the left front side of chassis where spring attached could you send me some pics of your car? 

pierre vreys minerva (4) pij.jpg

Picky, but important....the arrow indicates the RIGHT side of the vehicle. RIGHT and LEFT refers to the vehicle's orientation, not the viewer's.

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