Can you provide a VIN (Vehicle Identification number, serial number) for a car that I once owned in an effort to relocate the car? All of my records that contain the VIN are destroyed.
If you can provide enough information about the original car, sometimes it is possible, through the process of elimination to determine the serial number of a vehicle. At the least, we would need information like what city (and preferably what dealer) the car sold in originally. Without that, it is unlikely we could determine the serial number. We would also need to know everything else that you are sure of about the car (e.g. color, interior color, options). The cost for doing a search like this is $100 and includes a copy of the deluxe report for the car. Please note we do not locate cars and do not have information on the original owner.
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Last updated November 21, 2010