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

I haven't read all of this thread however I have several of the blank VIN plates so I don't think those are rare.

Cecil Longwisch

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 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." 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 

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