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  1. NDT

    M38A1C identification

    Well I cannot speak for the Canadian military, but the US military hand engraved numbers on data plates all the time. Your plate was indeed not factory stamped like eaw46’s, but I have never seen someone in the hobbyist market repop M38A1CDN plates. Very likely not done after being surplussed...
  2. NDT

    M38A1C identification

    How could anyone dispute the 1971 year model when it’s engraved on the main data plate by the Canadian military. I bet the Jeep was delivered as a plain A1 and the Canadian military took the recoilless rifle pieces off an older Jeep and added them to this one.
  3. NDT

    M38A1C identification

    Well that explains everything. You have a Canadian military M38A1. Says right on the main data plate CDN3. The VIN or mfg serial number is 100190. The other plate with 71-05014 is the Canadian military registration number in front of the serial number. I would guess 71 means 1971 date of...
  4. NDT

    M38A1C identification

    The last USMC M38A1s came out in 1964 and the newest M38A1C that I see is 1955. Can you send pictures of the dash main data plate and the rear tailgate area. The VIN plates were not held on with screws.
  5. NDT

    M38A1C identification

    Welcome. VIN is way too many digits. Should be maybe 5. No M38A1s or M38A1Cs were made in the 1970s.
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