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farmit
    
Trying to figure out year and make on a old f-100
I have an old f-100 truck and trying to figure out what year it is. I checked on the doors and could not find vin/serial nuber but did find in the glove box what appears to be the vin # with the model. Instead of a vin # it gives me a serial # of F11CK113508 with a model # of F113. If any one can help me with any information I would greatly appreciate even if the info that I have is not what I need
posted: May 31, 2009
 
    
 
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brokenarrow
    
Most VIN #s are located on the rating plate (which very well could be inside your glove box). The number you provided is very similar to a VIN, but it looks like you are missing a symbol between the C and the K which will tell you what year it is.

F11 = series
C = engine
? = year produced
K = assembly plant = Kansas City, Kansas
last digits = consecutive production #
posted:  June 1, 2009
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alleyauto
    
Do you have a picture that you can post?
posted:  June 1, 2009
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