Can anyone decipher a VIN# and the number stamped on the block?

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Asked by Feb 04, 2016 at 04:48 PM about the 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible

Question type: General

Can anyone decipher the VIN# and the number stamped on the block? The
VIN# is 194679S701153   The number stamped on the block is: 2195701153
Any information will be greatly appreciated!! I have no history on the car. Thank
you for any help you can provide!

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68,675

19467 is the model number (Convertible Roadster). 9 is the model year (1969). S is the build plant (St. Louis, Missouri) 701153 is the sequential unit number of the car beginning with 700001. Yours is a low unit number so it was probably built in late '68. You can contact Allied Vaughn, they have a website, with your VIN and for $50 get a copy of your specific car's factory to dealer invoice. Also check out the GM Heritage Center. Many years of Chevrolet are available for a free download of the complete vehicle information packet. This includes original dealer information, AMA specs, option codes, etc., etc., etc. Unfortunately I don't have the information to decode the block number. Perhaps someone else can chime in on that. HTH. -Jim

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I have not been able to find a website for "allied vaughn" that has to do with car documentation. Can you send me the exact website address please? It will show up as a link here, and I can probably click on it and go right to it. Thanks for your help!!

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Sorry, I found the order form and have sent it to them. Thank you so much, I hope they are able to help . My car is a 1969 model Corvette, and the GM Heritage Center said they only have Corvette records from 1979 to the present....no records at all for 1969 cars.

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You're welcome. Glad to help. I'm glad you found the website! I noticed after posting the VIN information that your block number has the same last six numbers as the VIN. I believe that means that the engine is original to the car. In other words a "numbers matching" car. Good luck with your search. -Jim

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Thank you!

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