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Username Post: 1920s chevrolet        (Topic#363239)
Reggie Clement 
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Reggie Clement
Reg: 11-10-20
11-11-20 02:50 PM - Post#2807499    

hi I a'm Reggie Clement looking information on my 1920s chevy ?? it has 100 in or 101in wheel base tire on back are 6.00x20 , front are 4.5x21 no front brake, manual advance distributor , Distributor is held in by a set screw, single exhaust port in head .is there a frame number if so were do I look ? eng # 3029645 and body # isT988 ,solid wheel 4 lug ea . is this car or a pickup and what year thank you very much .ur55

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Edited by Reggie Clement on 11-11-20 04:37 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 


Mel Foye 
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Mel Foye
Reg: 09-29-00
11-11-20 07:58 PM - Post#2807542    
    In response to Reggie Clement

Others will be more helpful than I but if that is the orig eng I lean toward that is the number assigned to that vehicle. Mel



 
Maxbigblock 
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Maxbigblock
Age: 69
Loc: Stuart, Florida
Reg: 12-16-01
11-12-20 06:37 AM - Post#2807574    
    In response to Reggie Clement


Welcome to ChevyTalk!

Max

I'm originally from the ONCE great city of Flint, Michigan. The birthplace of General Motors, where A C Spark Plug was formed and headquartered, where the first Corvettes were hand built, and where my 1955 Chevy was made.



 


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