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marchalm
    
Why doesn't my 66 chrylser 383 have a vin number stamped on the block?
All that is stamped on the block is April 66
posted: June 15, 2014
 
     
 
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retiredpartsman
    
have you checked on right side below distributor . will show production code . vin was not used in 66 .
posted:  June 16, 2014
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conley87
    
As far as I know 1968 was the first year the VIN was stamped on the block. It was located on top of the bell housing flange area at the rear of the block near the oil pressure sending unit. I believe starting in 1969 it was stamped on a cast pad on the side of the block near the oil pan rail. I don't remember which side though. Chris
sources: personal experince
posted:  October 13, 2014
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