Interesting. My MK II has the FFRxxxxk number stamped on the frame.Rafael , the MK2's have a major problem with regards to the legal identification of the frame. I'm asuming you did recieve the MSO along with your car, and on the MSO is a factory five kit number, something like FFRxxxxK. This number is not on your frame at all. And since most inspectors always want to see the documentation of the parts during the inspection / registration / titling process, if this number is not on the frame, it can cause major problems.
There is a number welded into the 2 x 3 cross tube that is at the floor level of the trunk, just ahead of the rear wheel. That number is NOT your MSO number, it is a frame number which is not on any of yoour paperwork. Do not show this frame number to an inspector, it will just confuse them.
SOLUTION is to go ahead and mark your frame with the kit number. I would do it in several spots, but the most easily accessable is on the 2 x 2 cross tube that is in front of and just above the drivers knees . Thew MK4's have their number stamped on the far left end near the door hinge area so that you can show the inspector without too much trouble. Harbor Freight has a number stamping kit that will work for this.
Interesting. My MK II has the FFRxxxxk number stamped on the frame.
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Congrats, Rafael!Hello, I recently purchased a MK2 Base Kit that that was never put together. It also came with a few extras. The previous owner purchased a 80K mile 89 GT and generously included all the parts with the kit. I will be documenting my build here. I would appreciate any input good or bad. The plan is to use the 89 GT parts after I freshen up/rebuild them.
Thank you, Rafael
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