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purist
    
My 50 Chevy 3104 truck, vin states Supply Arm or Service Maintenance Vehicle US Air Force. Means?
The actual vin is 5HP-I 29077 which tells me it is from Kansas and was a September truck. I'm just curious about the Air Force part that is stamped on the vin plate? Thanks in advance for any information you can give.

Matt
posted: May 31, 2011
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
looks like it was used at a military air base to service aircraft or other backup equipment for them.possibly a military service number on the truck.itcould give more info.i have a 55 first series 6400 truck that was a fuel truck at grosse isle air station that even had dog tags to go with it .was yellow in color ? in navy.
posted:  June 1, 2011
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