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Just bought a 1964 Ford F-100. The VIN number tag is missing, if in fact I am looking in the right place. The truck was sold to a junk dealer some time back who turned around and sold it to the fellow I bought it from. The title is still in the name of the first person which is dead but his wife is still alive and I know how to contact her. She is working with me. The VIN tag is missing...if I am in fact looking in the right place. (in the glove compartment area, below the door. The tacks are there, no tag. Is there another place for the VIN # on this truck?) If the number is missing, can she still go to the title office and request a new title to give to me? What info would she need. Any other information would be helpful. Thanks
 

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Date: Thu, 07 Jan 1999 07:00:08 -0600 (CST)
From: Stu Varner
Subject: FTE 61-79 - VIN location 65-72 Effies

>From: Jason Eaton
>Subject: FTE 61-79 - Frame ID #?
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>Where on a the 65-72 trucks are the ID# that identifies the frame? I
>have heard
>two or three different answers on this one. Supposedly near the front
>bumper and under
>the cab are two locations.

This is correct for both locations. You will never see the one under the
cab unless
it (the cab) has been removed and even then on my truck, the number under
the cab was not the same number as under the front right fender. They
were one number off from each other
 

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well now why didn't I think of that. I guess a better question would be, at what location would I attempt to view the numbers which are allegedly located near the bumper. Ie. would I look on top of the frame near the bumper. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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my dad has a 1964 ford f 100, and if you have find the info stand on the door post of the cab, i thing there should be a tag on the fire wall somewhere.
 
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