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angf117
    
vin....it appears to be the stamped on.....but somethings wrong...please help me vin gurus!!
i have a dodge coronet 500 i swapped for my 1973 mach 1 i owned.....i havent trasnferred this car into my name yet and im glad i havent yet.....somethings wrong...the id plate on the body when you open up the drivers door says....XP29F6L286890......BUT the car is supposedly a 1967 dodge coronet 500.....any help?
posted: July 1, 2011
 
    
 
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willthethrill
    
Well the car definitely doesn't look like a 1967 Charger so your in luck there, however the VIN does seem a little suspicious. Especially because the "6" is for year 1966 and you stated this was a 1967. So could be that the VIN tag was replaced or ???
posted:  July 1, 2011
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retiredpartsman
    
i would be getting the mustang back NOW xp is charger 29 is 2dr ht f = 318 cid engine vin is definetly wrong for that car.
posted:  July 1, 2011
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