I could be wrong on this particular question, but I asked my buddy who works at a Chevrolet dealer, and he said the factory has never offered the VIN Number on these panels. However, starting in 2003 (as he can remember) there were aftermarket companies that would lazer-etch this info into several glass components on a vehicle, as an anti-theft deterant. Hopefully I'm not steering you down the wrong trail.
If its a Z28 the difference is a nonvented opti spark VS a vented optispark of course this doesnt include the countless number of option combinations like TTops, power windows/locks A/C stuff like that.... if its a V6 the 94-95s are 3.4L but in late 95 they swapped over to 3.8L 95 3.8L are rare
A lot of fans of Chevy
part number after they machine it
Usedcorvettesforsale.com is a very good website for looking up used Corvettes. If you would like to look at Corvettes in person, many Chevy dealers also have used Corvettes for sale.
the Chevy 6.0 that comes in the corvettes has the most power
On Chevy V8's, there is a serial number stamped into a pad on the block in front of the passenger side head. This serial number can be very helpful trying to id a motor.
Remove the valve cover and you will see it stamped into the top of the head.
A Chevy Corvette coats around 46,000 or 52,000 dollars!! Corvettes can also be priced at around 1.5million dollars
The chevy 350 engines were produced in production models of Chevy between 1968 until 1998. It was used in several Chevy models such as Chevrolet Camaro and Chevrolet corvettes.
1989 was the first year for corvette to have the air bag.
42,278 BelAir's and 700 Corvettes.
Information for little red corvettes can be found at any Chevy dealer near you. They probably have the model, make and year you are looking for. They can tell you the millage and price as well.
No way. Chevrolet will never stop building the Corvette as long as they are in business. The Corvette has a loyal following and sells all the Corvettes they make every year at the Bowling Green, Ky plant.
Ive seen new corvettes of that year go for between $10,000 to $15,000. older looking worse looking corvettes can go for a little over 5 grand.
Chevrolet makes corvettes.
All corvettes are constructed from fiberglass.
The number changes, individuals loan their personal Corvettes to be displayed at the museum. The idea is that you when you visit and you will see different Corvettes displayed. The cars usually change yearly. And yes, those cars destroyed by the sink hole, where probably owned by individuals
1,479,300 Corvettes were made from 1953 through 2010.
Many generations of corvettes have come in yellow.
on the 63 model it is stamped on a plate attached to the left front body hinge pillar.if its not there look on the firewall
The number stamped on the square tang indicates the bit size.
The number is stamped on the back of the engine behind the driver side head on a flat deck were the transmission bolts up to the engine. You can see the "casting number" with an inspection mirror. On some later model engines the last 3 numbers are stamped between the freeze plugs on the side of the engine.
Most likely the pattern number
it is in the vin usually the 8th number from the front for 81 and newer and the 5th for 80 and older. the last six of the vin is stamped on the engine near the oil pan.