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fun2flie
    
I need to find away to get vin # on the camaro I'm building from the ground up any ideas?
I found the body of the car with no tags or anything in a scrap yard and I need to get it registered when it's done but I can't find a way to get new info for this car.
posted: February 27, 2008
 
    
 
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spudder
    
Two options: Perhaps Chevrolet stamped a serial number on the frame somewhere? Have the vehicle inspected and titled, problem is, with no tags your title will be a new vehicle, if they choose to pass it! Wonder why someone tooks the tags in the first place!
posted:  February 27, 2008
   
 
pontiacsd
    
Check out the following site: www.camaros.org/numbers.shtml#VIN

Partial VIN numbers were stamped into the actual sheet metal of the vehicle, no way to take those off. From those numbers you should be able to start on the road to inspection, just remember if the police find the vehicle to be stolen it will be impounded on the spot. Best to not put allot of money into the vehicle until you can be assured it will always be yours!
posted:  February 27, 2008
   
 
fun2flie
    
The car itself was found at the back of an old restoration shop that was shut down it had minor work done but the quarter panels of the car on the left hand side was stolen while I was on vacation would any parts of the vin have been on there?
posted:  February 28, 2008
   
 
pontiacsd
    
No, according to the web site I listed above, partial vins were stamped on the front cowl of the car, so unless the cowl is cut up they should be there. I would carefully study the photos at the site listed then check your car.
posted:  February 28, 2008
   
 
fun2flie
    
I checked it out and all that's left is the first three numbers
posted:  February 29, 2008
   
 
hanswurst
    
What year Camaro do you need the VIN for ?
posted:  October 3, 2008
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