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cruisinman
    
What VIN numbers are required to identify a SS?
I know SS means Super Sport but does it mean Sport Coupe too? I've been looking at 62 Impala's,,found many that claim to be a SS. when i look up the information on you're information page the VIN #'s don't match up? I'm a bit confused.
posted: February 25, 2010
 
    
 
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dodgeball
    
You can look at the trim code as well to find out if it's a SS

The VIN would have to contain 1747 (6 cylinder) or 1847 (V8) to be considered an SS or Sport Coupe
posted:  February 25, 2010
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street454
    
The VIN does not contain the trim codes of an automobile. You need to find the trim tag to decode the trim line. VIN has model type ( Impala, Bel Air) engine size, and sequential number. Good luck! Mark
posted:  March 5, 2010
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