The number you have looks like the engine serial number which was commonly
used to register the vehicle. There is no way of getting a door plate
number correct by guessing because it contains the actual production number
of your truck as well as the plant it was produced in.
Missouri City, Texas
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> Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2002 3:39 PM
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> Subject: [oletrucks] Please Help Me Correct My VIN
> Can someone please provide me with a known-good example of a 50 3600 VIN
> that I can take and educated guess at the correct VIN for my vehicle?
> When I purchased my 50 3600 (well, actually 3604 as it is the pickup),
> were nearly no markings from which I could get the VIN, except the
> registration. The ID plate in the door frame was gone, the original
> and tranny were gone, and all I had to work with was the present, valid
> registration papers. I want to make a correction through the DMV and get
> new door post plate to make things right.
> I know there are VIN decoders on the web; it is using them that has
> convinced me mine is wrong, at least in the first section (the letters).
> guess is the numbers are right, but someone along the line misread a
> and registered that way, and then the door post ID vanished. Maybe these
> things happened in reverse order. I don't know
> Here's what the registration says: AHCA757910. I'm betting I (or someone
> out there) can fill in the blanks and fix the mistakes in this.
> By the way, I like to take this opportunity to state what most of you
> already know: this post is a fantastic resource... I have learned a
> tremendous amount by reading the threads, and appreciate the time all of
> take to share. As I learn more, I hope to contribute as much as I take
> Thanks in advance,
> Jeff Noyes
> 50 3600
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