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Old 09-12-2012, 07:15 AM
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F100 1957 Brazil VIN

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I have an 1957 F100 Ford, localized in Brazil. It has a VIN with 14 digits. I wish decode it. Please can help me.

F10AK7SBX16872

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A 57' is a very nice truck. Welcome to FTE!

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Hi,
I have an 1957 F100 Ford, localized in Brazil. It has a VIN with 14 digits. I wish decode it. Please can help me.

F10AK7SBX16872

https://sites.google.com/site/camionetef100/
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I'd like to help you, but sorry...cannot. If this 1957 F100 was sold new in the US, it would have an 11 digit VIN:

F10C7R12345

F10 = F100 / C = 292 2V / 7 = 1957 / R = San Jose CA Assembly Plant / 12345 = 1957 Numerical Sequence of Assembly.

If an I-6: J = 223 I-6 / F10 matches, nothing else does.

I have no way to decode anything other than US 11 (1948/80) & 17 (1981 to date) digit VIN's, 1965 Canadian only 15 digit VIN's (Sample: 4991014L-123456-A)
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Vin number

Thanks for help. I will try decode, and soon as I get the answer I will post it here.
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How about some pictures?
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please goto to this link

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I'll take one with 4X4 drive please. That is so cool.
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Thanks, sorry I didn't see it in your first post! Very cool vehicle! Certainly have never seen one of those! I am glad you are taking care of it so well!
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Thank you, I´m happy for share it with the community.
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A bunch of us talked about getting a few together and some funds and going to Central America and bring back a bunch of rare cars and trucks. The few together was good. The Funds? Not so good.
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A bunch of us talked about getting a few together and some funds and going to Central America and bring back a bunch of rare cars and trucks. The few together was good. The Funds? Not so good.
Brazil is located South America, there aren't too many rare vehicles in Central America. Where you will find them is in Argentina, lots of luck getting them out of the country.

1975: After drolling over pics of Rollers, Grosser Mercedes & 540K's, Horch's, Maybach-Zeppelin's, Duesenbergs, and other rare cars parked on streets in Argentina, friend (used to live in Argentina) and I explored ways to export them.

Not a chance. That's why they're still there today, Argentine gov't won't allow them to leave the country.
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Hi,
I have one probable decode for the VIN number. Please go to link above:

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