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    M38A1C identification

    The plate with the serial number and delivery date have been hand inscribed. The photo of the plate from eaw46 (thank you !) is stamped. I was expecting the plate on this vehicle to be stamped as well. So I'm taking that the plate now attached to the vehicle is a repop. And when a repop is...
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    M38A1C identification

    Thanks for pointing out the CDN3. I missed that on that plate. I have found out the 71 is the code for an MD Jeep with 05 indicating the body style. Don't know if that indicates the two piece windshield and lack of tailgate or not. The delivery date scratched into the lower plate is 26-4-71...
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    M38A1C identification

    I've run across something suggesting after production for US military forces ended in the mid '60s, there was an order for another 500 units built in the late '60s/early '70s for the Canadian military broken down into three batches known as CDN1, CDN2 and CDN3. I suspect this unit is either a...
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    M38A1C identification

    Been working on this all afternoon. Turns out an M38A1C is also known as an MD. Chassis code for an MD is 71 with a body style of 05. Pic of the s/n plate attached.
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    M38A1C identification

    Trying to help a friend who has inherited an M38A1C. The title says it's a 1960 but the vin is 7105014100190. From what I've been able to figure out so far, this might be a 1971? Any help appreciated.
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