I bought my P21500 new from the dealer in 1994.
That depends on the manufacturer and model you bought. The dealer you bought it from will be happy to provide that information if you tell them the model you have. Also, that information is always printed on a little plate on the back of the TV, probably somewhere near where the electric cord enters the cabinet.
I would do one of three things. 1. Call a dealer 2. Find a web site for the make/model of your car 3. Look in your paper work when you bought the car
I have this model I bought it in 1979
We have that model, which we bought new early 1997.
One can purchase a 2009 Dodge Ram at any used or new car dealer. If the place you chose to go to does not have that particular model, they can do a database search and find who does have one and be able to get that for you.
A used Isuzu Trooper may be purchased through Auto Trader, Kijiji or a used auto dealer. Edmunds provides reviews on the best model years and issues to watch out for.
Buick cars can be bought at a local car dealer located near you. Searching through newspaper car ads can also help in choosing the model of Buick your choice.
It depends on the model (GT or V6), the condition, and whether it's being traded in, bought from a dealer or from a private party. I would check Kelly Blue Book to get a better idea.
bought a atv from storage locker. Has no model or make on it. Has off road sticker. Can I get the info from that.
I have a ranger model 101.13 that my father bought new in 1946
I bought my Mossberg 679 in 1992 and I shoot quite often (I live in alaska) My 30-30 has never let me down.I paid $165 for it from a very reputable dealer.