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Hello
My name is Diego I live in argentina

I have a 1970 mustang that have no vin plates
the one on the door and the one close to de dash pad are missing .
Someone know if the car have the vin in other place?
Someone say look in the fender appron , but I do not know which part of the fender is the "apron".
The only plate in the fender is a plate that have a number (d0af-12ais4b) a Ford logo on it and the word STAMCO.
 

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There should be a vin stamped where Evan stated. I don't know what the numbers you gave are. There not anything like a VIN. Good luck! If you need help decoding your vin post it here.

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I don't think on the 70's you can see the Vin on fender aprons without moving back fender some, I know I can't see any numbers on my 70 project car, but then again most of the inner fender tops are rotted away, but I have never pulled a fender.

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That number you found seems like a VIN but if your Mustang was built in Mexico or Venuzuela (sorry if I misspelled) then your VIN will not look the same as the US counter part.

Mr Dave Hammar has a website you might find interesting:

http://www.hammar.dyndns.org/~djhamma/index.html

Hope it loads for you, it's timed out on me quite a bit

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Yeah, it does that sometimes :)

Actually, though, the number Diego quoted sounds far more like it identifies an ignition-related electronic component, though precisely which one I couldn't say. The "Fender Apron" refers to the top of the inner fender -- the part that the outer fenders bolt to. Mustangs built in Mexico and Venezuela, however (can't say for the Peruvian ones) didn't use this location as far as I know (though for 1970's, I don't know that for sure) -- so if you can't find anything after pulling back the fenders, you might also check the shock tower and the post in *front* of the door, as you might have a foreign-built Mustang.

Hope any of this helps.
 
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