Classic Vehicle History

Our classic car vehicle history report provides you with detailed information and specifications for your old cars. With our VIN lookup for classic cars, you are sure of accurate classic car specifications.

What Does Our Classic Vehicle History Report Include

What is a Classic VIN Number?

This is a unique VIN number that is associated with vehicles manufactured before 1981. The unique VIN number given to each vehicle is created from using a 13 digit sequence of letters and numbers. Some manufacturers issue 13-digit VINs, while others issue 11-digit or even 9-digit VIN’s.Each character in the sequence provides a different information about the vehicle such as the manufacturer, place of origin, place of assembly, model year and vehicle type. Decoding a 13 digit or less VIN is very easy.

Benefits of getting a classic or antique vehicle history report

A classic car is any car that is over 20 years old while antique vehicles are vehicles over 45 years old. Before getting a classic or antique vehicle, it is important to get a vehicle history report. Here are some of the benefits.

FAQs

How do I check the VIN on a classic vehicle?

To run the VIN number of a classic vehicle, you need to click over to a classic vehicle VIN decoder like ours, enter your 13 digit or less VIN number and you will get all the information you need.

Do classic cars have a VIN number?

Classic cars have VIN numbers but because the classification system was not standardized until the early 80’s, you find out that it does not contain all 17 characters and may not be found in the usual location.

How old does a car have to be before it becomes a classic?

The Antique Automobile Club of America notes classics must be older than 25 years (with cars over 45 years old known as antiques). Here are the manufacturers we support.

How old does a car have to be before it becomes a classic?

The Antique Automobile Club of America notes classics must be older than 25 years (with cars over 45 years old known as antiques).