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Old 12-05-2004, 06:42 PM   #15
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the serial number is I31T0J276
I = International model
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276 = sequential number
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Old 12-05-2004, 08:54 PM   #16
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I = International model
31 = 31' Soveriegn
0 = It is a 1970
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Thanks, for the info.
How do you get the rear light housing to come loose?........
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Old 12-06-2004, 04:49 PM   #17
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Thanks, for the info.
How do you get the rear light housing to come loose?........
The taillight housing outside, or the light fixture inside the rear bath inside? Taillight should have three screws, or a large circular clip holding the lens on, the light fixture inside, if it is like mine, you turn the little round knob backwards, the knob unscrews and reveals a small jam nut holding the globe on.
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BFZ -- Really, truly welcome. But your initial message was lucky it wasn't hit with this thread: http://www.airforums.com/forum...&threadid=1521

There's more wisdom than we know in BobbyW's post a bit more than halfway down page 2.

Gawrsh!! Is there enough similarity to merge these posts....
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BFZ -- Really, truly welcome. But your initial message was lucky it wasn't hit with this thread: http://www.airforums.com/forum...&threadid=1521

There's more wisdom than we know in BobbyW's post a bit more than halfway down page 2.

Gawrsh!! Is there enough similarity to merge these posts....
I love a board with a sense of humor
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WOW- learn something new everytime I get on the forum! We couldn't figure out if our 31' Sov. was a '71 or '70. Since it was made at the year's end and has features of both. But now I know it's officially a 1971! Thank you, all you knowlegeable people!

BFZ, be very concerned about the rear tail lights which weren't fastened properly, and leak quite badly, causing floor rot in that area. My mech engineer (meaning perfectionist) hubby has replaced almost every rivet now and we have gotten to the point of a "very few" leaks. SIGH...silver suz
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WOW- learn something new everytime I get on the forum! We couldn't figure out if our 31' Sov. was a '71 or '70. Since it was made at the year's end and has features of both. But now I know it's officially a 1971! Thank you, all you knowlegeable people!

BFZ, be very concerned about the rear tail lights which weren't fastened properly, and leak quite badly, causing floor rot in that area. My mech engineer (meaning perfectionist) hubby has replaced almost every rivet now and we have gotten to the point of a "very few" leaks. SIGH...silver suz
thanks for the tip
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