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Old August 31st, 2016, 08:11 AM
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Tracking down a d90

It's came across some old photos of my original truck.
Sold it I think in 98 or 99......
Was just curious if anyone knew where it was.....
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Old August 31st, 2016, 08:21 AM
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Photos like this make me warm and fuzzy
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Old August 31st, 2016, 08:47 AM
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Looks like a 1994 with a POE top plus a full cage and the snaps were converted to belt rail. The POE top may have been sold of separately at some point by now (or the cage and soft top for that matter). Evilfij had a POE top that he sold to Dan ini88 years ago but I'm pretty sure that came from another truck. Do you know where the owner lived who you sold it to? You could also run a Carfax or AutoCheck on it to see where it's been lately. May even be able to run your old license plate through AutoCheck to see if it gives you anything. Plaque 1517 should be VIN SALDV2284RA943686
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Old August 31st, 2016, 08:50 AM
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Distinguishing marking on the truck will be the plaque on the driver side rear quarter panel if it was riveted or screwed through the body as it's likely still there.
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Old August 31st, 2016, 08:54 AM
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Distinguishing marking on the truck will be the plaque on the driver side rear quarter panel if it was riveted or screwed through the body as it's likely still there.
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Old August 31st, 2016, 07:00 PM
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I've got 1511, also a Coniston green POE with both tops. Close, but no cigar...
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Photos like this make me warm and fuzzy
They make me sick that I sold it!

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Looks like a 1994 with a POE top plus a full cage and the snaps were converted to belt rail. The POE top may have been sold of separately at some point by now (or the cage and soft top for that matter). Evilfij had a POE top that he sold to Dan ini88 years ago but I'm pretty sure that came from another truck. Do you know where the owner lived who you sold it to? You could also run a Carfax or AutoCheck on it to see where it's been lately. May even be able to run your old license plate through AutoCheck to see if it gives you anything. Plaque 1517 should be VIN SALDV2284RA943686

Yea only had the poe top when I bought it.
I ordered the soft top and all the extra rails separately. I use to go back and forth between tops in summer and winter

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Looks like a 1994 with a POE top plus a full cage and the snaps were converted to belt rail. The POE top may have been sold of separately at some point by now (or the cage and soft top for that matter). Evilfij had a POE top that he sold to Dan ini88 years ago but I'm pretty sure that came from another truck. Do you know where the owner lived who you sold it to? You could also run a Carfax or AutoCheck on it to see where it's been lately. May even be able to run your old license plate through AutoCheck to see if it gives you anything. Plaque 1517 should be VIN SALDV2284RA943686
All I remember is it was a younger guy who came with his dad.
I need to look around and see if I can find any paperwork.

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I've got 1511, also a Coniston green POE with both tops. Close, but no cigar...
Close!
Would be cool to find it..... Would love to buy it back..... If I could afford it.

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Distinguishing marking on the truck will be the plaque on the driver side rear quarter panel if it was riveted or screwed through the body as it's likely still there.
I found the original tool bag that came with truck. Chain, snatch block, tow strap but the zipper is corroded..... Can't open it.... Gonna soak it in something over night and see if I can open it.... Who knows what I might find.... It's a 15 year or so time capsule
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Distinguishing marking on the truck will be the plaque on the driver side rear quarter panel if it was riveted or screwed through the body as it's likely still there.
Did all POEs have the plaque located there? I've never seen that...
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Did all POEs have the plaque located there? I've never seen that...
don't think so. wasn't on mine anyway
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Old September 1st, 2016, 08:34 AM
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don't think so. wasn't on mine anyway
My POE had no plaque on the drivers side rear either.
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don't think so. wasn't on mine anyway
I don't remember it on mine either. And mine was an original POE which I bought from the original owner. That was a good truck. I forget who has it now. I sold it to JimC and he took it to Russia. Funny because the original owner had it in Switzerland.
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Old September 1st, 2016, 09:26 AM
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I can't believe you guys are even debating if that badge came on the side of the truck. Of course it didn't. Why the hell would they stick a badge there.
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Old September 1st, 2016, 10:01 AM
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I can't believe you guys are even debating if that badge came on the side of the truck. Of course it didn't. Why the hell would they stick a badge there.
Exactly.
I thought its just a sticker??


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Old September 2nd, 2016, 08:09 PM
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I can't believe you guys are even debating if that badge came on the side of the truck. Of course it didn't. Why the hell would they stick a badge there.
I was drinking when I posted that.
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