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Username Post: Question about VIN        (Topic#356232)
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04-30-19 08:04 AM - Post#2765380    

Is the number (VIN) on the dash supposed to match the VIN on the trim tag? I'm not sure if this is normal or if there is something going on. Here is what I'm talking about.

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05-03-19 11:03 PM - Post#2765684    
    In response to awsum55

No. Only the model number 12437 and the N for Norwood, Ohio. The cowl plate is put on by Fisher Body and the VIN at the assembly plant.

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05-12-19 05:40 AM - Post#2766223    
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The trim tag on ours:

Does not match the VIN, but dates are in line...original a LeMans Blue car.


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Edited by vabeach56wagon on 05-12-19 05:44 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


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