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ragtop66
    
did all 1956 chevy convertible have frame numbers
 
posted: April 7, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
FRAME AND SERIAL # SHOULD BE SAME .FRAME SERIAL # SHOULD BE STAMPED ON TOP OF LEFT RAIL UNDER FRONT SEAT AND UNDER WHERE REAR SEAT LEHT SIDE PAASSENGERS FEET WOULD BE.VERY HAED TO FIND IF FRAME HAS RUST ON IT.OR WITH BODY ON.
posted:  April 7, 2011
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nomadsrule
    
Back then on all of the frmes I have seen,and checked #'s on the stamping process wasnt the best ad left more of a very deep dent in the frame more so than the #'s,it also was a perfect place for water salt ,and othe rust producing items to settle and eat away at the lightly stamped #.
posted:  April 8, 2011
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