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Autocar 1973?

Posted By Oldirontim Monday, August 10, 2020 12:12 PM
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Before 1981 the Vin number wasn't universal, each manufacturer used their own format, so there is no way to break down the number unless you have specific Autocar information and I believe that was lost when Volvo took over from White-GMC.
What I can tell you from the serial number list I have is: Autocar was building between 1200-1500 trucks per year in the late 50s-early 60s. Your serial number (66966) is 12927 more than the last number of 1962, so unless there was a large change in production over those years, your truck should be about a 70-72 model.

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I will look again and make shore I have the correct numbers on my frame I would post some pictures if I could figure out how
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My serial number per year chart ends in 1962 with #54039. Although your number shows 13 digits, it doesn't match up to what those 13 digits should be in a normal 13 digit vin number. Sorry I can't be of more help.
I don't know how active the Classic White truck group is, but they might be a good place to ask your question. http://www.classicwhitetrucks.com/

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Monday, August 10, 2020 2:20 PM by Wolfcreek_Steve
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I have a autocar the vin plate is missing someone removed it from the door to work on the latch I found the vin on the frame but don't know what it means or the year of the truck it's AE003HB0-66966 the truck has a nhf 265 Cummins and 13sp RTO can any one tell me the model and year of this truck or any other info would be greatly appreciated

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