Kev, a question such as yours begs another question: did you search our site at all? Newbies are provided some slack, but for future reference, I suggest you watch the link at:Does anyone know of a vin database or something like that that would allow me to find out more information about my specific opel?
Just one little thing about this link. If you read a bit further in that thread, you`ll see that the list is one year off. It should be from october -68 through june -70.Kev, a question such as yours begs another question: did you search our site at all? Newbies are provided some slack, but for future reference, I suggest you watch the link at:
Hi newbie, you want to post on a forum? this is what you need to know!
There are many threads here on GT VIN's, and a number of references on-line that provide that information. To start, read the post:
And then a few other links
What Year Is It?
HTH and welcome
Paul - Where does your VIN fall on this list?Are the 1973 GT Vin numbers sequential ie) OY0NC2944586 was built before OY0NC2944587.... If so does anyone know the very last VIN number??
Larry We own 2 1.1 gt's 1969 vin#931860003 and 1970 931977421 I would guess that it is a 1969. do you have a flat panel where the liscence plate goes, if you do then it is most likely a 1969I'm trying to figure out the year GT that I have. It was sold as a '69 but the previous owner said that he thought that was incorrect due to a typo by the DOT and it may be a '70.
From the plate on the passenger side cowl area the chassis # is 93 1881198 and the (FWIW) color code is JJ 751.
The lights on the instrument panel are round, it has 3 point seat/shoulder belts and the rear windows do not open. The headlight dimmer is on the turn signal.
The engine is 1.9 and the dipstick is on the driver's side and goes into the block, not a tube.
I looked at the 'What year is it' links and the other messages in this forum, but I'm left confused. I didn't see a 93 series VIN. The information given for the instrument lights and other body stuff doesn't coincide with the motor clue (dipstick location/fitment)
Any help in deciphering the charts would be appreciated (I don't speak German).
Thanks for the leaf spring info We have 2 front ends from 1.1's I will know that answer soon enough!If it was originally a 1.1, the front suspension has one less leaf in the spring and the rear brakes are different if I recall correctly. Unless these were replaced, which is possible with a donor car, that would indicate a former 1.1. Someone here will have to chime in on the number of leafs in the front suspension and I don't recall.