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  • stevee
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    found it

    thanks guys,

    steve

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  • Guido
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    And be aware that instead of using the number "1" Studebaker used an "I".

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  • rockne10
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    Do get your car titled with the body serial number. I don't think any states still use the engine number. Engines can be swapped at the drop of a hat

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  • Mark57
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    Per a previous post, the serial on Champion 6's is here:



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  • Tom Bredehoft
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    After you open the hood, stand by the left front tire and look at the engine. You will note the head and the block. On the forward end of the block, just below the head is a machined 1 1/4 by 2 1/2 inch pad. On this pad are stamped some numbers. This is the engine serial number. This number was used as the SN on the title in some, not all, states.

    You may have to wire brush or sand the pad to make the numbers visible.

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  • stevee
    started a topic engine serial number location

    engine serial number location

    Can anyone tell me where to look for the engine serial number for a 1950 champion? I understand the engine serial number was used for title purposes instead of the body serial number back in 1950.

    thanks

    steve
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