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#242847 - Fri Oct 26 2007 12:55 PM Chevy Truck Vin # decode
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Registered: Thu Oct 25 2007 12:00 PM
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Loc: Indiana
I just bought Ithink is a 1945 Chevy Truck VIN # 9BK437960 9= Norwood,OH BK=1/2 ton pickup 43=July, 1945 7960= production sequence number
does any body known is this right? Thanks
#242848 - Fri Oct 26 2007 01:29 PM Re: Chevy Truck Vin # decode
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Registered: Tue Dec 09 2003 12:00 PM
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Loc: Farmington, Minnesota
Info from Brad\'s 41 to 46 site listed in links
Judging by the info, that sounds right. I seem to recall production ended in 42 due to the war, stopping with BK (42 designation). The 45s used the same as 42 and then GM went with the D series in 46.

Any pictures of your 45?

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