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Need some help with title/vin stuff


AndyS

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Hi Andy,

Just a guess - DMVs, and sometimes Insurance COs, try to force standardized use of longer-number-of-digits VINs. I've had problems in the past with both due to my 'too short' VIN on my 02. In my case they first tried to pad additional digits onto my VIN, which I had to have changed back.

Your number looks totally different tho'.

Another idea - maybe it's the remnant of a state-issued VIN (where original VIN, or title was lost, or car was 'made'.)

???

Tom

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must be a clerical error in the VIN catagory.That is probably the title # the state prints on a title along with the previous title # underneath it. AZ titles have a shorter # ,maybe 10 digits including a few letters under the heading of Film which is microfiche.

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