[Chrysler300] Controversy
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I am enjoying this discussion with an open mind!

May I go one step further for my own satisfaction...

Let's remember that the replacement unibody "cabin" (as it has been referrred to) also has its  own stamped identifying numbers that correspond to the data plate/microfilm. Are we then talking about cutting out those numbers as well and welding them into the "new" body? If you don't, then you will have a finished car that sports two different sets of identifying numbers.

What about the case of the 300 C frame now? The owner saved the VIN tag but appearantly did not save the unibody stamped numbers. Such as then, there can NEVER BE a totally matching number body on that 300C frame.

Sorry to add to the flames but I really would like get to the bottom of this once and for all... although I believe in the past that Gil Cunningham eloquently and correctly put the matter to bed.

Thanks 

Jeff Miklas



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