Get detailed & accurate classic vehicle history report for any classic vehicle
Since vehicle history reports have been mostly limited to cars and light trucks with 17 digit VINs, many VIN check services have failed to recognise the VIN numbers of classic, vintage and antique vehicles – leaving out any vehicle that was manufactured before 1981. As a result, classic car buyers have been relying on the information provided by their sellers or information left by mistake on the dashboard compartment. This is poised to lead to accidental omissions or worse, fraud.
What is a Classic VIN number?
Benefits of Getting a Classic Vehicle History Report
Frequently Asked Questions
If you're searching for or digging into the history of a classic vehicle you're interested in buying or already own, the first step is to check for the VIN or serial number on the VIN sticker or plates.A VIN plate can be found either on the dash board or door post.
Yes. If you don’t have a VIN on your classic vehicle, you might be curious about finding it. First, make sure you make every effort to find the classic vehicle’s VIN, if it has one. If the title is available, it should be referenced there, or you might find it on various panels of the classic car body or even the engine.
A classic car is usually a car that is more than 20 years old. They can be used for just anything, which include car shows, pleasure driving and restoration projects. Classic car classification covers a lot of high performance engine cars and sports cars. Their 6-7 speed manual transmission allows them to move faster than antique and vintage vehicles.
The truth is there’s not a definitive answer. But if we’re to use car tax exemption as a cut-off criterion, then any car that’s 20 years older but not above 40 years is a classic car.