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rickbrown7200
    
how can i identify my 1956 bel air any resorces will help?
Ive got the vin #. want to know where to look these # up at? also have fire wall tag. Just bought the car doin research about it . any info would be helpful thank you!
posted: March 29, 2009
 
    
 
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oldridesupport
    
Congratulations on your new purchase!

If you would like to post the VIN number in response to your original question, OldRide members will be able to help you decode your VIN number for you.
posted:  March 30, 2009
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corvetteali
    
Yes...Congratulations on your new car...and I'm sure it's a great one.

Decoding your VIN:

1st symbol = model and series: C - Bel Air 2400 series six cylinder; VC - Bel Air 2400 series V8
2nd & 3rd symbol = model year: 56 - 1956
4th symbol = assembly plant: A - Atlanta, GA.; B - Baltimore, MD.; F- Flint, MI.; J - Janesville, WI.; K - Kansas City, MO.; L - Los Angeles, CA.; N- Norwood, OH.; O = Oakland, CA.; S - St. Louis, MO.; and T - Tarrytown, NY.
Last 6 symbols = production sequence number in the specific factory
posted:  March 30, 2009
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chevystar
    
I know there are quite a few websites out there that are geared towards the 56 Bel Air where you will be able to find a lot of information. Here are a couple that I can think of off the top of my head.

56classicchevy.com

www.trifive.com/garage/1956%20Chevy%20Index.htm

www.trifiveclassics.com
posted:  March 30, 2009
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chevystar
    
One more site if you are looking for parts
www.mervsclassicchevyparts.com/56parts/
posted:  March 30, 2009
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bigblueford
    
lots of online resources;
www.classicchevy.com
www.55-57chevy.com
www.trifive.com
www.tocmp.com
lets us know what you find out.
posted:  March 30, 2009
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