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VIN DECODER INDEX

Select the year and country of origin of your truck:
 


 

1961

|   U.S. Built   |   Canadian Built   |   Australian Built   |



 

1962

|   U.S. Built   |   Canadian Built   |   Australian Built   |



 

1963

|   U.S. Built   |   Canadian Built   |   Australian Built   |



 

1964

|   U.S. Built   |   Canadian Built   |   Australian Built   |



 

1965

|   U.S. Built   |   Canadian Built   |



 

1966

|   U.S. Built   |   Canadian Built   |



 

 

LOCATING YOUR V.I.N. STAMPINGS ON THE FRAME
In addition to the V.I.N. on the driver's door data plate, the number is also stamped on the frame in two different places, both on the topside of the right frame rail. The first one is in the engine compartment, just below the alternator on two-wheel-drive pickups or just behind the front axle on four-wheel-drive pickups.

The second number is stamped just under where the seat would be located. You'll likely need a flashlight and small mirror to read this one.

These frame stamps are usually hard to read, so be sure to grab a wire brush and some rags to clean the grime off. (NOTE: the picture at right is a '67 frame, but the stampings should be located in the same locations. There have also be isolated reports of a VIN found stamped in non-typical locations, such as on the left-side frame rail under the seat area.)


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