Every Volkswagen is assigned a unique vehicle identification number that reveals information about the car, such as the year it was made, country of origin, manufacturing plant, type of engine as well as other details that help auto shops and vendors to determine the specific replacement parts your Volkswagen needs. Volkswagens made after 1980 have 17-digit VINs; Volkswagens that were manufactured in 1965 have only 9 digits. There are several websites that can swiftly decode the VIN on a 1965 Volkswagen. Websites that decode VINs possess databases that simplify the VIN decoding process.
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Visit the Dubnetworks website and use its Volkswagen VIN decoder to decode the VIN for your 1965 Volkswagen. (See Resources.) Dubnetworks is a website and forum for Volkswagen enthusiasts and its VIN decoder service is free.
Enter your Volkswagen's 9-digit number in the text field displayed beside where it says "VIN." The 9-digit VIN number can be found under the rear seat stamped on the tunnel, on a metal plate attached to the vehicle's body behind the spare tire or on a plate that is located in the car's front compartment.
Click on the "Calculate" tab next to the text field and the Dubnetworks VIN decoder will decode your VIN number and display your Volkswagen's information on the page. For instance, it will display if you have a Standard Beetle, Super Beetle or a Bus as well as all the details that apply to your 1965 Volkswagen.
Navigate to the Cybertects site and decode your 1965 Volkswagen's VIN. (See Resources.) Cybertects is a free Volkswagen VIN decoder website that can help you decode your 9-digit VIN by accessing its database.
Type the VIN number of your 1965 VW in the text bar displayed next to where it says "VIN."
Press the "Enter" key on your keyboard and stand by while Cybertects decodes your Volkswagen's VIN. Once it has decoded your VIN, the information for your VW will be displayed on the page.
Go to the Old Car Facts website and decode the VIN of your 1965 Volkswagen. (See Resources.) Old Car Facts is a free VIN decoder that specialises in decoding VIN numbers for classic cars and trucks that were made between 1946 and 1980.
Type the 9-digit VIN for your VW in the text box beneath where it reads "Enter a Vehicle Identification Number for a vehicle sold in the US between 1946 and 1980."
Click on the "Search" button displayed below the text box and Old Car Facts will decode and display your 1965 Volkswagen's VIN information.
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