[DML] Re: Dash & Door VIN plates
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[DML] Re: Dash & Door VIN plates

I don't plan to assist in the reproduction of this VIN tag, the sole
reason being it would lower the value of the blank original tag that I

If anyone is interested in purchasing the (what might be the last in
existance) real deal, shoot me an email at PRC1216(at)aol.com.  I've
had several offers for $300, but I am holding out for $400, and I'll
ship it anywhere in the world.  Once someone else owns this rarity,
they can decide if they would care to send it out to have
reproductions made.

Stamping the VIN number in a blank tag does present the real problem,
and as others mentioned, the state inspection might not like it one
bit if they detect a new vin plate has been installed on the car.  I'm
no expert on this subject though.    

-Patrick C.

> > Message: 1
> >    Date: Sun, 08 Jan 2006 05:23:05 -0000
> >    From: "Joe OBrien" <joeyoseppijoe@xxxx>
> > Subject: Re: Dash & Door VIN plates
> >
> > My thoughts exactly Stan. I only wonder if it would eb possible to
> > reproduce Patricks plate since it is already blank, and then just
> > stamp out our existing vin number on it.
> >
> > It is just so much better looking than the flat black plate we
have now.
> >
> > -Joe O'Brien
> >
> > 2524,
> > 16634,
> > 16851

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