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The Identification of Manufacture date is as follows:50341041 1950 55 1955 56 1956 60100034 1960 64 1964 69 1969 10760013 1970 11 1971 19 1979 20103946 1980 21 1981 22 1982 30800014 1990 31 1991 39 1999 40510004 2000 42 2002 45 2005 Note: In the 1950’s and 1960’s the first 2 digits represents the Year.

Starting in 1970 thefirst 2 digits of the serial # were change to 10.

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Some information on dating your Bernina machine based on the serial number.

Bernina machine serial numbers are found on the back of the power supply cover. The first 2 digits of the serial number can determine the Year in which a Bernina machine was manufactured.

(The first 2 digits follow accordingly:(10= 1970, 11=1971, 12 = 1972, 13 = 1973 and so on…)Serger Serial Numbers are stamped on the back ofthe machine on the Id tag.

The numbers are as follows Example: 0699 102240 ( 06 being the month, 99 being the Year (1999), andthe 102240 being the actual machine serial Number.): Are on the back of the machine on the Idtag.

Each chassis number is the last vehicle produced in that month. Engine numbers in Australian built Beetles used the same case numbering as German built cars.

Beginning in August, 1955, the VW model years began in August of the previous year. Beginning in the 1965 model year (August 1964), the VIN/chassis number begins with the 2-digit model number, i.e. The engines were not built in Australia, but imported from Germany.

This series of numbers from January 1960 was still free and were used in June and July 1965.

Example: Chassis # 197 488 655 would be: 1 = Type 1 9 = Australia built 7 = 1967 488 655 = Vehicle # 488 655 off the 1967 production line About | Help | Advertise | Donate | Premium Membership | Privacy/Terms of Use | Contact Us | Site Map Copyright © 1996-2016, Everett Barnes.

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