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Old 06-21-2006, 09:52   #1 (permalink)
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Ford Plate Decoder Help.

I'm not sure if this is from a car or a truck so I decided to step into The Pub for a pint.

Can anyone identify or better yet, decode this plate found in a barn in New Jersey, North America? No other information was available.

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Old 06-23-2006, 19:25   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Ford Plate Decoder Help.

Thats a tough one.

There is no idea what sort of vehicle it came off?.
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Thats a tough one.

There is no idea what sort of vehicle it came off?.
Thanks for the reply.

The closest thing that anyone has come up with is the resonator identification plate before the catalytic converter on the H pipe of a 1987 Ford.

Otheres are looking for similar parts and pictures.
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Re: Ford Plate Decoder Help.

(Sorry about the huge picture)

Thanks to Brian Larkin over at The Tri-State Thunderbird And Cougar Club who provided the best description of what our mystery plate is.
See: TSTaCC Forums - Ford Plate Decoder Help.

"this picture is of my fathers "93 cobra" h-pipe he bought at a flea market a few years back, the style of the cat tags match the one you have minus the year differnce. Your's is e7, for 87, the ones I have are e8, for 88. Take note the top 5 dgit numebr is the same, most likly that tag came off the pre cat near the manifold."

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