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Where can the chassis number be found on a de dion bouton BN 1908

Is the chassis number on the rails or cross members and where?

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    Gert Hansen Nov 07, 2013

    On my DDB 1908 the front axle in the middle is stamped, and the back right corner of the frame.

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    Gert Hansen Nov 07, 2013



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