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Avantict
11-03-2011, 12:54 PM
Does any one know what car or truck was represented by the designation 60SX2? Any help or thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks in advance

Roscomacaw
11-03-2011, 02:53 PM
Where did you get that number? Some of the cars that Stude's engineering dept used were assigned EX prefixed serial numbers. 60S would be a '60 model 6 cylinder serial number prefix. What the X2 would mean, I wouldn't begin to guess - unless maybe you told us what it's off of.

R2Andrea
11-03-2011, 04:15 PM
60S would make it a 1960 model 6 cylinder. X2 would denote a particular Engineering vehicle, in this case #2. It may or may not have had a serial number which started as EX.... Not necessarily a prototype, it could be an "engineering mule". IIRC the trucks didn't start with S or V. I have a car that's identified as 63SX1.

Roscomacaw
11-03-2011, 04:23 PM
I used to have a serial# plate here that came off a '63 Lark type. There was no "63" to the number if I recall right, just an EX prefix with a four-digit number after that.

mbstude
11-03-2011, 05:53 PM
I used to have a serial# plate here that came off a '63 Lark type. There was no "63" to the number if I recall right, just an EX prefix with a four-digit number after that.

I think I know what happened to that tag. :rolleyes:

It's found a home on a "what if" 1964 Stude. You'll see more on that in the next year or two.