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Old 15 Jul 2019, 14:38 (Ref:3917833)   #301
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Anyone still around here?
Any way of tying a chassis (under the roll hoop) number to an original car identity for a 75B?
And I'm chris[AT]oldracingcars[DOT]com

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If it's a 75B look hard at the rollhoop. If it's original there should be some numbers stamped somewhere on the left side, probably near a small test hole.

That may tell us more than the chassis number.
Also, if the tub still has gelcoat on it, or if you have a surface you can do a good rub down on to show paint sequence.

Where is the car?
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Hello Chris. I am still lurking and still searching for my uncle's former 75B, 76B, and 77B. And still convinced I know where that 75 is... After a long break, I am renewing my efforts.
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I am trying to confirm the origins of 75B chassis 8. I think it is currently here in my garage in California. Info I have gathered has made sense to me. Other than the first few races run by Shierson in CASC Atlantic it went to California where it has remained. I took a photo of the chassis plate but I can't seem to upload it. I don't own the car but I am just curious about it's history. Any insight would be appreciated.
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Howard, I just emailed you
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