pharos
2012-05-07T16:47:50Z
Any lead for 1964 Convertible Vin Numbers?

I found it 1964, but how to make sure it's related to Convertible Vin Numbers not a sedan, because some one told me it's a sedan Chassis with Convertible Body.
He might be write, but how to tell right from wrong?
Thanks in advance
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pre67vw
2012-05-07T21:16:48Z
In 1965 VW changed their cabrio chassis number format, the sedan started with 115 and the cabrio started 155 (1966 then moved to 116 and 156) but for a '64 cabrio I don't know how you tell the difference between a sedan and cabrio chassis...
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heb623
2012-05-08T06:28:37Z
Just ask VW for a birthcertificate!
Than you will know if the numbers on your chassis were used for a sedan ..... or ..... cabriolet!!!

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Me and my 1964 Cabriolet in Germany in 1996!
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2012-05-08T11:55:00Z
A cabrio chassis has no jacking points.
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pre67vw
2012-05-08T12:22:06Z
JD wrote:

A cabrio chassis has no jacking points.



They're not too difficult to remove though.
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