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swatson
    
how do you look up a old car vin when it only has 7 didgits to it
 
posted: April 25, 2011
 
    
 
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vintagecollector
    
If you want to post your vin here, someone might be able to decode it for you. Make sure you include the make of your car though.
posted:  April 25, 2011
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lcollins1028
    
GIVE IT TO ME, I MAY BE ABLE TO FIGURE IT OUT..
posted:  April 25, 2011
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23dodges10
    
If it was an old one from 20's or 30's a pic would be better for identification. The numbers were little more than when they come off the line. pics are still worth a thousand words.
posted:  April 25, 2011
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