Re: AC WD I think?
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Steve in N.J.
According to my data book, looks like it could be a WD45. It looks like you have a couple extra numbers there. Not sure. That 216720 number would fall in the 1955 vintage range. According to the book, the last serial number for the WD45 was 236958, which was in 1957. Steve B.
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