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WHERE CAN I FIND CHASSIS NUMBER?

 

Where can I find chassis number?

Chassis Number/VIN:

You will find this number in the E field of your vehicle registration document. Tip: Please compare the chassis number on the vehicle with your papers. It is not uncommon for issued documents to have transposed numbers. 


Motor number:

You will not find this number in your documents. It can be found either in the service booklet, the check booklet or in the operating instructions, or in the manufacturer's birth certificate for historic vehicles. 
If you do not have these documents, please check directly with the manufacturer or in your workshop whether they can help you. 

Even experts or appraisers are able to verify these numbers.

This data is available especially for high-quality classics and classic cars for which detailed expert opinions or documentation have already been prepared - keyword "Matching Numbers". 


Gearbox number: 

You will not find this number in your vehicle documents. It can be found either in the service booklet, checkbook or in the operating instructions. In the case of historical vehicles, the birth certificate of the manufacturer can provide information. 
If you do not have these documents, please clarify this in the workshop. 

Colour - number or name of colour :

Especially for classic vehicles: Porsche, MB etc. 
Does the current colour and engine configuration match the delivery status according to the data card? If not, this should be noted accordingly. 

You will find this number in the E field of your vehicle registration document. Tip: Please compare the chassis number on the vehicle with your papers. It is not unusual for issued documents to have transposed numbers.

How do I document my car?

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HOW DU I DOCUMENT MY CAR?

 

How do I document my car?

6-8 meaningful photos in landscape format are important.

Photograph your car in daylight - not in the garage.

Photograph your vehicle as follows:

  • Front/Rear
  • Front right/rear left alternative 
  • Front left/back right
  • interior
  • engine compartment  
  • high-quality rims 
  • Possibly existing eye-catching lettering
  1. Make a note of special features such as scratches, damage, stickers that make visual identification easier or possible. 
  2. Store this data together with the photos and a copy of the vehicle documents on your computer, in the cloud, etc. Alternatively, print the photos and keep them in the classic way. 
  3. If required, you can have an appraiser create an evaluation, where all relevant data is recorded in key points and documented together with photos.

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