That little data plate is the only VIN I've seen on my Jeepsters, and I've had them completely apart, so I think I would've seen another. Also, acc. to the manual, that's the only spot. There is also an "engine code number" on the V-6, but it's not the VIN.
Marquette, Michigan Project No-Bucks
'68 Jeepster Commando
'79 Scout Traveler
I have a yellow and black decal(OEM?)on the driver side front door frame tnat reads..."Mfg. by Jeep Corporation, Nov. 1970. This vehicle conforms to all the applicable motor vehicle safety standards in effect on the date of manufacture shown above" Then it lists the Vin. #8705F17 72327, and then has"Type:Multipurpose Passenger Vehicle". Anybody else seen this or the remains of where it once was? I really like the part about MPV! Sounds better to me than suv.
Yup, my 73 has it on the body on the inside of the driver's door too. Only place I've been able to find a VIN to match the title (strict here in Mass too). Mine isn't metal, its paper with a cheap plastic covering thats been taped back on...I'll have to be careful when I go to work on the body or I may not be able to register her!
95 Wrangler Rio Grande, BFG 30" A/Ts, basically stock
73 Commando, 304/TH400/D20, basically stock and rusty
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