WE've all heard the term "Rebody" before but how about this one..... ReVingining. Basically this term applies to someone who changes an engine from a C-code to an A-code or K-code or R-code and changes the engine letter in their VIN to match the new engine code they installed. This car was originally a C-code 66 coupe (that I was told was a K-code GT) When I checled out the VIN on this car it had four of them stamped on it. All four were on the driver's side. Two were stamped in the front driver's side apron and two were stamped into the top of the REAR driver's side apron. Two of them were the original VIN stamped by Ford (the C-code) and then there were two more VIN's stamped right next to the original that were identicle to the original VIN with the exception of the "A" in the engine code spot. Obviously the "A" code VIN was not original. Funny thing was the title matched the "A" code vin! LOL They even tried to duplicate the little star. Not being real familiar with the 65/66 models.... were both factory vin's stamped on the driver's side??