VIN decoder Fairlane/Torino 1968-69

VIN decoder Fairlane/Torino 1968-69

Fredrik H Klint
Fredrik H Klint

November 3rd, 2003, 3:48 pm #1

Hello!

I wonder if someone can help with translating the VIN-number´s on -68-69 Fairlane´s and Torino´s?
I´m interested in the different bodycodes, what they mean and the enginecodes, which code is which engine...? Please help!
(I have found the VIN codes for 1970-71 Torino´s at the Torino Cobra page)

Also interested to learn the VIN codes for Ranchero 1968-71 and Mercury Montego/Cyclone, same years.

Most thankful for answers.
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huffhuff
huffhuff

November 3rd, 2003, 4:02 pm #2

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Fredrik Hinton Klint
Fredrik Hinton Klint

November 3rd, 2003, 5:24 pm #3

The address you wrote seems not to work...

/Fredrik
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Rick W
Rick W

November 3rd, 2003, 6:11 pm #4

Hello!

I wonder if someone can help with translating the VIN-number´s on -68-69 Fairlane´s and Torino´s?
I´m interested in the different bodycodes, what they mean and the enginecodes, which code is which engine...? Please help!
(I have found the VIN codes for 1970-71 Torino´s at the Torino Cobra page)

Also interested to learn the VIN codes for Ranchero 1968-71 and Mercury Montego/Cyclone, same years.

Most thankful for answers.
http://www.fordfairlane.com/

one of the best 68/69 sites around for info if not THE best.
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huffhuff
huffhuff

November 3rd, 2003, 7:35 pm #5

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Fredrik H Klint
Fredrik H Klint

November 4th, 2003, 8:21 am #6

No, I didn´t write "www".

But anyway, I´ve got help with the -68-69 VIN codes, so now I´m on the hunt for VIN codes for Mercury Montego / Cyclone 1968-71.
Anyone who knows a good site or can write the answer here...?
Also haven´t found the different bodycodes for Ranchero, in -68 there were "47", "48" and "49" but all of them were Ranchero´s, I thought that perhaps one was Ranchero, another were Ranchero 500 and the third was Ranchero GT. At least that´s what the codes meant in -69. But I don´t know if it was so even in 1970-71. And there´s a fourth model; Ranchero Squire.

Anyone who knows anything?
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