No, it does not. VIN's contain information as to the Make, Model, Year, number of doors, country assembled, and plant assembled. It can also contain the upgrade package (ie - Chevrolet Tahoe LT vs LS), transmission system (4x4 or 4x2), and engine size. However, the color is not included. The color code can be located near many VIN labels, especially inside door jambs, as a separate line item. Note - VIN standards were not adopted and enforced until 1981, so any vehicles made prior to 1981 do not have a "readable" VIN that can be decoded for this information.
Yes, with the VIN you can find the history of the car.
The original manufacturer may have those records but the VIN will not tell you directly.
VIN # check at the DMV
The vin number on a car tells alot like what the body shape is the engine where it was built and by what company but the answer is no because the vin does not state what the car is used for.
Car fax is were you look up vin and it tell you what you need to know about the car title and own how own and what is wrong about the car and it about how to get the car
Go to "decodethis.com" & enter your VIN code.....
yes the 8th digit of the vin on American cars will tell you the engine size.
The VIN number on the car will tell you exactly what it is. Post the VIN and I can decode it for you.
The dealer can run the sales codes off of the vin in their computer system, and tell the color from that.
VIN stands for vehicle identification number. Each car is given a unique VIN number. If the vehicle is lost or stolen, this unique number can be used to locate the car.
The 10th character tell the production year of the vin. see link below.
Have dmv run the vin number and they can tell you who owns the car.
Yes, the VIN number will identify the model, color, engine, trim, and other features of your vehicle.
The Vin should have a code for assembly plant.
Your local police department can run the vin number and tell you the owner, as it's public record.
Do a VIN search and the VIN will tell you the original options.
Black & grey
the original paint code is in the VIN. call a dealer and they can tell you how to read the vin
It could be. You need to run the VIN# on the car and that will tell you.
There are several ways you can get Car Accident Reports based on VIN Numbers. You can take the VIN number to your local Department of Motor Vehicles and have them run the VIN Number to see if the car was in any accidents. You can get the accident reports on the car online at dmv (dot) org. Is it a lemon (dot) com will also be able to tell you if the car VIN number has been in any accidents.
The VIN can reveal a number of things about a car, including its airbag type, country of origin, engine size, model year and trim level. But it will not tell you the original equipment installed on the car. As the VIN will tell you the trim level it is easy to find out what was the original equipment that came on that particular trim level.
No the vin does not have the color code. Depending on the model year and make trying looking at the vin sticker inside the drivers door jam to find the color code.That answer is incorrect, the VIN does tell the color, it tells everything.GM codes can be confusing! BC CC before the color code. This stands for Basecoat/Clearcoat. The U in the paint code means the Upper Color and the L means the Lower Color. Two tone vehicles will have each color coded, i.e. 96U and say 36L. Also, it could be 8867L or 8867U. You will need to find out from your vendor which digits depict the color.
The VIN number should have an indicator. VIN number references can be found online or in the repair manual for your car.