Re: [DML] Does anyone else have one of these? Blank VIN Plate
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Re: [DML] Does anyone else have one of these? Blank VIN Plate



Thanks to all for the input.  I obtained the VIN plate from a woman in
the UK, who told me that she got it many years ago in the city of
Coventry.  It had a slight bend in it that I straightened out when I
got it.  As for the difference in orientation that Jake mentioned, I'm
not that concerned about it.  True, the cut corners are on the top
instead of the bottom like some other early cars, but I can assume
this is just one of those differences that exist like in so many other
aspects of DeLoreans (i.e. no 2 are exactly alike).  Maybe they
printed the wrong side by accident wherever the plate was made.

In any case, feel free to continue the discussion of it.  I have
talked to Ken K and the blank VIN plate will for sure be at DCS.

-Patrick C.
VIN 1880

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Jake Kamphoefner <jakekamp@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Patrick,
>    
>   If it's legit, I'd say it's pretty damn rare.  -But it doesn't
match the orientation of the tag on VIN 500.  I uploaded a picture to
your album of the VIN 500 tag.  Lawrence's VIN 538 tag also has the
same orientation as 500 (I happened to have a pic of his tag handy
that he sent me).
>    
>   It could very well be a reproduction.  If not, it might be a
reject piece --in which case it would be even rarer.  How did you get
a hold of it?
>    
>   Jake
>   1063
>    
>   
> 
> "Patrick C." <PRC1216@xxxx> wrote:
>   I just acquired my latest piece of DeLorean memorabilia and am
> wondering just how rare it actually is. It is a blank VIN plate off
> of a 500 series car, which includes the rare printing that some on the
> list have mentioned differs from the other production cars. My guess
> is that a worker pocketed it as a souvenir during the first month of
> production. I placed pictures of it in the photo albums under "Blank
> 500 Series VIN Plate". 
> 
> I thought it was a unique item and I snatched it up, but maybe it
> really isn't as rare as I think.
> 
> Any thoughts would be appreciated, either on or off the DML.
> -Patrick C.
> VIN 1880
> 
> 
> 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
>








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