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Originally Posted by Cobrajet67 View Post On a 1967 there is a few places the original VIN will be-the driver door, the driver side dash panel(visible thru the windshield), the fenders should be stamped with the original VIN, and there should be a tag by the hood hinge as well.
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People will be wondering what happened to the car to loose it's original VIN plus a state issued VIN hurts the value.

He may have had problems with selling the car or something elsse and doesn't want to go there again. It's riveted to the metal frame underneath and slides up through a slit cut in the dash pad.
You could try loosening both front fenders and looking at the top of the inner fenders and you might find the VIN stamped further back. The car may never have been in an accident, it could have been a theft recovery that lost it's identity and the person who bought it got a state VIN to get it back on the road.
It's very possible he has no idea why the car has the state VIN and he bought it that way and then there isn't anything he could do except tell you where he bought the car from.
If I was buying a state VIN vehicle I'd be a little worried but it wouldn't outright stop me from the purchase. It's quite common for the plate to get trapped under the dash pad when the pad gets replaced and the VIN tag to be hidden if the person doesn't realize it.

If the car is Metuchen or Dearborn built then it might still have it's buck tag near the passenger hood hinge. It could have been a restored or worked on at some point where the person removed and lost all the original VINs from the car and needed the state VIN to get it back on the road again. Someone could have changed the driver's door and then that VIN and the one under the hood didn't match during a registration inspection and the DMV decided to issue it a new VIN.

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