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Early 30s Diamond T Chassis # Location

Posted By Nor'Easter Monday, February 04, 2019 1:06 PM
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First look over the right side frame rail good, especially in the area of the steering axle rear spring hanger..
The first 3 digits will be the model number then production number starting with the first of that model thru the whole production run.. With that number I may be able to help you place a year on it??


Another contact would be David Kellerman in Sparrow Bush NY Email me at brocky45@prtcnet.com and I can give you his contact info..

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try looking up lee snyder of minburn Ia. in aths roster. he might be able to shed some light on your id. problem , lee has been restoring 20s & 30s diamond t s for many years tell him the man with the 35 dealer book told you to call. good luck!
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I would never give up, but riding the rodeo of restoring this truck without being able to identify it is a big issue, morally and financially!
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I don't know where your number is, but don't give up on a vehicle just because you cant find a serial number, there are ways around that, even if you have to transport it to a more vehicle friendly state.

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Hi all, I recently brought home an early 30s Diamond T, a rare piece considering it has a Timken top load worm rear end (cast with 31 in it), as well as 20" Budd wheels. The data plate is missing from the truck. Does anyone have any idea where I could find a stamped chassis number? Truck is useless unless I can find it.

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