vin numbers

Discussion in 'Classic Mustang Specific Tech' started by fordphil302, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. fordphil302

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    does anybody know how to interpret vin numbers? Is there a book or something? Should i call a dealer or somebody? thanks---Phil
     
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    While the VIN gives the legal identication of the car, the data plate is more informative. It data plate is found on the inside rear of the driver's door. This can be decoded by the sites mentioned above or a decoder book available from the vendors. I carry one of these books in my car.
     
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    what year model are you trying to decode?
     
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    here's a decoder...

    Here's a pic of it...

    [​IMG]

    and here's where to download it..

    StangID.zip

    edit: I wrote that several years ago while playing with VB... Just found again a few weeks ago on one of my old computer's HD's... Maybe you all can find it useful...