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Hola regtar,Can anybody help me?
I have a dodge wc 51 .
Body number: 4290-142676.
There is also a number on the bumper and i don't know why that is there but it is: n'66162.
And can anybody help me to know what my hood number is and why there is a number in the bumper?
|I know very little about this model.|
|Data that we know: Model Built for United States Government: D3/4APT. Engineering Code and Wheelbase: T-236-98.|
|Starting Serial N., Closing Serial N., Year Built:|
|91 151 283 - 91 156 282 - 1944. Units: 5.000|
|91 166 034 - 91 172 783 - 1945. Units: 6.750.|
|Total units: 11.750|
|I'm going to do a simple calculation, but Jürgen do not tell anyone, just the two of us. They'll take me for a fool ... well it does not matter (I really am).|
|91 167 274 - 91 166 034 = 1.240 units to 8 February|
|Let's see manufacturing days, counting every day of the week except Sunday:|
|February: 24 - 50|
|March: 27 - 77|
|April: 25 - 102|
|May: 27 - 129|
|June: 26 - 155|
|July: 26 - 181|
|As of February 8 we have: 26 + 8 = 34|
|1.240: 34 = 36,47 units a day.|
|Your vehicle is 91 168 850. Therefore it is unit 2.816.|
|2,816: 36.47 = 77,21 days.|
|If we do the full calculation, this model was finished at the end of July 1945.|
|Do not throw me the bulls, I run out.|
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