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Unfortunately, my '51 B3B was missing the VIN plate on the A pillar of the driver door so I need to order a reproduction tag. I want to make sure the correct data gets embossed onto the tag. Other than the serial number, can someone verify that these numbers are correct for the B3B? Model: B-3-B-108 Gross Vehicle Weight: 4850 lbs Certified Net Horse Power: 86 @ 3600 RPM Certified Gross Horse Power: 97 @ 3600 RPM Here's another interesting historical fact I've noticed from VIN plate examples I've seen online; it looks like the B1B and B2B plates leave out Gross Horse Power and only include Net HP. But the later B3B and B4B model VIN plates included both ratings. This is only "important" to someone in my situation who needs to replace the correct style of VIN tag.
Hi everyone, first post here. Great looking site with great information. I am hoping someone can help me with a query I have. My family has what is almost certainly a Canadian built D15 and I am looking to decipher the data plate on the firewall. I know information is sketchy at best...especially for Canadian built cars, but any help is greatly appreciated! The tag reads: D15 2DR SED 1317 1559 AKF 1317 is the body number, correct? As in the number of the D15 body that rolled down the line? Does anyone know what 1559 paint code or AKF trim code is? The car was owned for roughly 40 years by the same owner before he passed away and we purchased from his family last year. The car was clearly cared for and driven often, and will continue to be loved and driven. Luckily he had stored away A TON of spare parts and Canadian specific manuals. None of the manuals have been too much help with colour/ option information or history unfortunately. Thanks for your help! Dean