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Old 06-07-2012, 01:27 PM
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Need Help Decoding Vin # For 1964 Econoline Truck

Hello ! I'm new to this site as well as the new owner of a 1964, Ford Econoline Truck. I need help decoding the vin #. The door vin # matches the rear bracket below the tail light. Just curious to see if it matches what the seller indicated was the actual year on the truck.
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Hello ! I'm new to this site as well as the new owner of a 1964 Ford Econoline Truck. I need help decoding the vin # as well as the other info located on the door panel plate.

The door vin # matches the rear bracket below the tail light. Just curious to see if it matches what the seller indicated was the actual year on the truck, so here goes:

Vin # E10AH803930
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E10 = E100 Pickup.

A = 240 1V I-6

H = Lorain OH Assembly Plant.

803930 = 1966 .. assembled January 1966.
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:44 PM
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66 Econoline

Hi and thanks for the info, truly appreciated. I suspected it was at least a 1965, but wasn't sure. Either way its a great truck, glad to have it.
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Post the rest of the data on the door plate, and we can decipher that as well.

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Thanks, have picked up several manuals that have helped me with the rest.
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