There was no AF plate attached ,he is hoping to rub some paint off in the right spot and find a numberTas Bus Nut wrote:Well done Trev. The elusive Bagdad mystery has surfaced. You didn't happen to find the AF# on the rear chassis rail per chance
crichj wrote:Maybe this is one of the ones I said about in a previous post about 12-18 months ago?
VIKing wrote:D63 was the Pioneer Fleet Number. This would be AF84, new 10/56, first rego GNY 492.
crichj wrote:Amazing work bothwellflyer. Wonderfull to hear that you have found the number and great work to see that they have matched up to AF84. Great work there. Does the lower Marshes clipper still exists, love hearing these story's to where they all end up.
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