You can go to decodethis.com, (it's free) enter your VIN in box. It will give you all the details about your car. Then if you want to spend money on carfax it also has a option to do that.
Make sure that you enter all 17 digits into the box.
The 10th digit in the number is the model year of the vehicle
A vehicle's serial number is used to identify it with information such as the year, make and model. The vehicle identification number was first used in 1954.
The year is 1999 not sure of the model .
The VIN number or "Vehicle Identification Number" is a number registered to each vehicle. The number keeps track of the model, make and year of each vehicle.
VIN stands foe vehicle identification number.
P73 is the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) code for the the Ford Crown Victoria Base model.
The computer model is the kind of computer you have. Every computer has a model identification number, it can contain both numbers and letters. It serves to identify the computer when needed.
NO If you have the ID or Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) , the make , model and year,,,you certainly CAN get a registration and insurance.
VIN = Vehicle Identification Number. They can be "decoded" to determine manufacturer, when it was manufactured, specifics about the model, what facility it was manufactured at, etc.
A component is commonly marked for identification by its model number.
Yes, the VIN number will identify the model, color, engine, trim, and other features of your vehicle.
That is the identification number for that particular vehicle. Each car has a different number. V.I.N. stands for vehicle identification number. It will invariably incorporate, albeit coded according to specific manufacturers codes; The manufacturer, the model, the body type, the year of manufacture, the engine size, the manufacturers assembly plant, maybe another designated attribute and finally a sequential number relating to that vehicle's identity. It is your vehicles D.N.A.
On the Yamaha outboard, the model number is located on the port, (left), transom mounting bracket. The transom bracket is the part of the engine that is bolted to your boat transom.
The serial number by itself doesn't identify a specific model.
at back number plate
By model, caliber and serial number.
Serial is a number. For example, a car has a model and year to identify it by made and model, and then it has a serial number to further identify it down to it's individual number. It's similar to 1964 Aston Martin DB5 serial number 007.
By the model number the related link has the different model numbers
The V.I.N. number of your 1965 Chevrolet truck will tell you the year, what plant it was built at, the series, model, and which number vehicle it was when it rolled down the assembly line. This number is found on a metal tag that is riveted or spot welded to the driver door jam near the hinges.
The 1UJ00 (4th to 7th characters) are the model. Ingore the zero's in this case, yours (1UJ) is a YX600. The 10th character is the year, G=1986. For more information follow the link.
http://www.autohausaz.com/honda-auto-parts/honda-vehicle-identification-numbers.html break down here of what the numbers mean.