The VIN is located on the dash, next to the windshield, driver's side. Now as you failed to mention what year it is, it may not have the VIN there if it is very old. If not it is located any number of places. Firewall under the hood, Glove Box, you get the idea, look! Now there is one other very easy way to find out. Look at the title.
chassis number's under the rear seat in the middle, VIN plate is under the bonnet next to the latch.
“looking to see if the 72 VW I own is a Beetle or Super Beetle? VIN # 1122369336”
Model year 1976. The third # in the vin # is the year, the first # is the model (ie) #1 is the beetle or type 1
decode vin 1973 Volkswagen beetle
If your vin number is between (110 2000 001 - 110 3096 945) it is a 1970
The VIN for my 1968 VW Beetle is located under the hood, behind the spare tire, on an attached metal plate. and under the rear seat dead center the hump.
I am not certain about decoding the VIN number of our superbeetles.....but my VIN number is 1342095288! Our cars were born pretty close together. Edit: 113 beginning numbers with a 10 digit code indicates a 1973 Type 1 Beetle.
1966 standard bettle
easiest place to find is under rear seat on tunnel to check vin + http://www.thesamba.com/vw/archives/info/chassisdating.php
On the drivers side dash. You can see it thru the windshield.
1st digit "type 1 beetle" 2nd Digit "1" Standard Beetle 3rd Digit, Year of Manufacture "1965" Yours is a 1965, Type 1, Standard Beetle. . .
Not exactly sure but it might be a right hand drive 1976.
2 different locations. You can see the VIN on the left side of the windshield and under the rear seat stamped into the floor pan in the middle.
By the VIN go to http://www.thesamba.com/vw/archives/info/chassisdating.php
under the back seat right in the middle. it should be 7 numbers/letters
From the VIN #,from left to right the 10th character will give you a letter code and you can look it up.
if this is for a (type1) beetle, then it means you have a 1300 LSD (ae) registered between August & December 1955 (980123)
The VIN number is the same as the Chassis number. For a 1964 it should be located underneath that Back seat. Its the main Metal part that is directly in the middle of where the seat sits. You might have to clean the area, but it will have the Chassis number on it. It will be a 7 digit number.
the code could be inthe spare tire compartment on a white sticker that also has the vheical vin number on it.
You're missing a few digits, but the car was made sometime between August 1969 and July 1970 and is the 1970 model year.
it is close to a beetle but no a cockroach is not a beetle
Yes. Look at the first three digits: 114: Standard Beetle 134: Super Beetle There are five other ways to tell. a. Windshield. Flat windshield: Standard Beetle Curved windshield: Super Beetle b. Dashboard. Dashboard made of steel, flat and straight up-and-down below the windshield: Standard Beetle Padded dashboard that looks a little like one from a modern car: Super Beetle c. Front shocks. Just the shock: Standard Beetle Shock inside huge coil spring: Super Beetle d. Front apron - the piece of sheet metal below the front lip of the trunk lid No vent slots: Standard Beetle Vent slots: Super Beetle (Having said that, when Supers were still being made, some of the aftermarket body-parts companies made slot-free Super Beetle aprons. Since the slots don't do anything anyway, why not?) e. Spare tire Spare tire standing up in the trunk: Standard Beetle Spare tire lying flat in a tire well: Super Beetle
The goliath beetle is the biggest beetle.