Sound off with your Attex type, Serial Number,Color

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Thread: Sound off with your Attex type, Serial Number,Color

  1. #11
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    Green Superchief-4 stroke conversion
    76 KN10111

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    So far it would seem that, other than Don's LT/SC, the N in the serial number may denote Chapparal 484.
    Once we get some more up here, we may find the keys to the Attex serial system yet.

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    Starting an Attex vin thread for those interested, pretty easy since the frames are stamped for the year frame was made. It will be interesting to learn if the letters denote model or engine so try to be precise.
    Note; the machines may have been completed or sold at a later date.:



    1ST generation machines;
    ---70-71 Attex ST/300/D (used to be) no Vin like most. ARGOJIM / painted and I like it, not sure what it'll end up yet.
    ---70 ST300 --- JLO Trans no. 1200098 Eric1971
    2232---St400R CCW400 Baker/Hill 7000 yellow Andyman
    ---208TT BakerHill 600/0543 Don


    2ND generation machines;
    71KK14190 --- 71 Attex frame converted to 4 chain ARGOJIM
    72AA14357--- 72 ST/295 / yellow no engine trans ARGOJIM Sold to Rickga
    73H?15872---73 440 ThunderChief / yellow 4 bolt 440( get the letter once frames out) ARGOJIM
    74AO16246---74 Wildwolf? Yellow 295
    74EO26643--- BudRacer started as 400 Chief Don/AirBud
    75CP27128---LTB little truck started as green SC (?) Don
    75EP27189---75 400 Chief / yellow 4 bolt 400, soon to be 6 bolt 400 ARGOJIM


    3RD genration machines;
    76FN10027---76 Superchief Green Don
    76IN10077---76 Superchief Green Don
    76KN10111---76 Superchief Green Liflod
    77CN10210---77 Superchief Yellow Nightow1
    77JN10339---77 500 Superchief . Green lower/Orange upper 484 Chapparal ARGOJIM
    78KN10497---78 Superchief Yellow/ Black North Country Tough



    Unmarked Racers;
    McKay Special 500 Chap 6000 Baker-Hill

    4TH generation GT transmission machines;
    Last edited by ARGOJIM; 02-07-2021 at 01:05 PM.

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    Superchief right hand side rear outer frame rail is stamped KN 10497 with a number 78 stamped a little past and slightly above the "serial Number" the base numbers 10497 is a little questionable as the third digit in the 4 is not very distinguishable,that said its my best guess the machine is yellow upper black lower as to the year not sure I see that in the list KN seems to be with 76 model year there is no numbers in front of the serial on this one so maybe 76.NCT
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    77 SUPER CHIEF, yellow
    CN10210

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    74AO16246---Yellow top/bottom with 295 JLO w/electric start and T20 trans. No other markings not sure what model it is.
    JNT

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    I have a Attex SuperChief 1976 with a running G50b engine and a spare G50b engine with it the original just need new rings for the original G50 engine I am in WV and looking to sell my Attex for a reasonable price before I go ahead an sell it on Ebay I provide Bill of sale only will be selling both the CHAPPAREL G50B 45HP eginges with it one is missing the cooler fan and original barb. also the old pistons are still good in the original engine and have new pistons a rings one size over so any one can make me a cash offer and must pick up or ship them self. you can email me awisewon@netscpe.net with a offer body has one small hole inside 2 drain holes in lower back before someone before me got the pump needed which works to.and it has one bad tire but its held air and run over 8 yrs now been garage kept and not really run to often in fact the engine in it has less than 50 hrs on it and it had been just rebuilt before I bought it that cam off a snowmobile that had been crashed and frame bent on it. but that engine is installed backwards in the Attex the way the pipes fit in the snow mobile rather than turn the head cylinders around to fit the attex exhaust set up I just made new exhaust pipes to come around and attach to muffler. and the frame has surface rust lightly over all this attex is you could rate as 90% in good shape as was when bought new missing stickers No tire kickers please I know it will sell quick on Ebay for a darn good price.

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    Starting an Attex vin thread for those interested, pretty easy since the frames are stamped for the year frame was made. It will be interesting to learn if the letters denote model or engine so try to be precise.
    Note; the machines may have been completed or sold at a later date.:



    1ST generation machines;
    ---70-71 Attex ST/300/D (used to be) no Vin like most. ARGOJIM / painted and I like it, not sure what it'll end up yet.
    ---70 ST300 --- JLO Trans no. 1200098 Eric1971
    2232---St400R CCW400 Baker/Hill 7000 yellow Andyman
    ---208TT BakerHill 600/0543 Don


    2ND generation machines;
    71KK14190 --- 71 Attex frame converted to 4 chain ARGOJIM
    72AA14357--- 72 ST/295 / yellow no engine trans ARGOJIM Sold to Rickga
    73H?15872---73 440 ThunderChief / yellow 4 bolt 440( get the letter once frames out) ARGOJIM
    74AO16246---74 Wildwolf? Yellow 295
    74EO26643--- BudRacer started as 400 Chief Don/AirBud
    75CP27128---LTB little truck started as green SC (?) Don
    75EP27189---75 400 Chief / yellow 4 bolt 400, soon to be 6 bolt 400 ARGOJIM


    3RD genration machines;
    76FN10027---76 Superchief Green Don
    76IN10077---76 Superchief Green Don
    76KN10111---76 Superchief Green Liflod
    77CN10210---77 Superchief Yellow Nightow1
    77JN10339---77 500 Superchief . Green lower/Orange upper 484 Chapparal ARGOJIM
    78KN10497---78 Superchief Yellow/ Black North Country Tough



    Unmarked Racers;
    McKay Special 500 Chap 6000 Baker-Hill

    4TH generation GT transmission machines;



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  10. #20
    I’m really new to the 6X6 world but have a lot of experience with 2 and 4 wheels. I have what I’m thinking is the 1st gen Attex. The serial number is printed on the dash sticker. It’s a 300SD and is still legible as S/N1312. I assume this is one of the very early ones. I’m working now to get it running.

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