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67 VIN # QUESTION

 
NY67GUY
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Posted: 09/01/12 10:21 AM

I have a 1967 conv. The vin # code for the plant is "RT" and that is not listed as one of the vin codes for assembly plants. Has anyone ever seen this before?
R= san jose,ca
T=metuchen,nj  

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jlg2002
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Posted: 09/06/12 02:23 PM

Post the VIN so we can help you decypher it - use zeros if you want for the unit number. Also,Look at the door plate and the fender cut out for VIN # agreement.  

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NY67GUY
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Posted: 09/16/12 06:53 PM

7RT03C280000  

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NY67GUY
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Posted: 09/16/12 08:19 PM

NO DOOR PLATE  

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waynep71222
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Posted: 09/16/12 09:30 PM

you have too many digits at the front..  7RT03C

1967 Mustang VIN Tag

VIN is die stamped into the top of the front inner fender.

VIN Decoder
First Digit: Model Year: 7 = 1967.

Second Digit: Assembly Plant

F Dearborn, Michigan
R San Jose, California
T Metuchen, New Jersey
Third and Fourth Digits: Body Series

01 2 Door Hardtop
02 2 Door Fastback
03 2 Door Convertible
Fifth Digit: Engine

T 6 Cyl. 200 CID, 1 barrel carburetor
C 8 Cyl. 289 CID, 2 barrel carburetor
A 8 Cyl. 289 CID, 4 barrel carburetor
K 8 Cyl. 289 CID, 4 barrel carburetor (high performance)
S 8 Cyl. 390 CID, 4 barrel carburetor
Last Six Digits: Basic Production numbers

Starting with 100001  

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jlg2002
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Posted: 09/17/12 03:31 PM

You could loosen/remove the right fender bolts and look for the VIN stamping on the right rear fender apron also. I have a feeling you have a factory stamping issue on the left front VIN.  

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pcsap
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Posted: 09/18/12 01:56 PM

Hello iam new in this forum. I live in Brazil and iam owner 1967 mustang coupe
My VIN # 7F01C80000  65A     2B 22C 615036 O W   color is blank but the invoice is write special paint. This car is now white, but under the white coat is blue like a bluebonnet paint. Can anybody tell me if my car is it a real bluebonnet?  

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kjjmcc
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Posted: 09/30/12 08:26 AM

Go to www.vintage-mustang.com and it will tell you how to decipher codes.  

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jlg2002
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Posted: 10/01/12 02:42 PM

Hi and welcome to the forum. Yes, you can contact Kevin Marti and purchase the build specs he has for your car - it is the actual information from the build sheets of all 67 and up vehicles.
http://www.martiauto.com/  

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