Where do I find what production number 2012 Camaro SS I have?
2G1FK1EJ7C9164599 is vin
2G1FK1EJ7C9164599 is vin
With each model year, the VIN sequence resets. So it's VERY likely that can happen.Hmmm...that production number doesn't seem right. I bought my Camaro two years ago and my VIN ends with 211070...making mine production #111070...so how could you buy a newly produced 2012 Camaro with a production number lower than my 2010?
Thanks El...now I understand. Since the '09s and '10s were all technically the same production year...they didn't reset the sequence but they did in '11 and '12.With each model year, the VIN sequence resets. So it's VERY likely that can happen.
Or even a greener moment,, there was no 09, they started as 2010Thanks El...now I understand. Since the '09s and '10s were all technically the same production year...they didn't reset the sequence but they did in '11 and '12.
Can we just call this another blonde moment?
There's nothing wrong with being a Greenhorn...lol. You gotta start somewhere.In your case, we'll just call it a "green" moment.
Yes I am aware that there is no 2009 Camaro...I just said they were the same production year...but they did sell the 2010 very early in '09 before other 2010 models were released which explains why the production number ran so high for a single model year. That's why I thought that they just kept going since the model year is already indicated in the VIN.Or even a greener moment,, there was no 09, they started as 2010
I knew that and I thought it was funny! But the truth of the matter is that I am a newb in the car world with less than 2 years of knowledge and experience...so I do make mistakes. At least I learn something every time I make one. :thumbsup:Actually I was referring to your car's color, not your experience level. I was just poking at you in jest.
Just curious...what does that have to do with the numbering sequence used on the 2012 Camaro VINs? [URL="2012's will be a bit more difficult to figure out since the line is shared with the new Buick Regal.
Envy, I'm not 100% sure what they do now with multi-line cars, but in the OLD days, like in Lansing, MI, they would make Olds Cutlasses and Buick Regals on the same assembly line. They each had VIN specifics besides the last 6 sequential numbers, but they ALSO delineated a break in sequence numbers for the different brand of cars. For example, the Oldsmobiles might be assigned sequential VINs starting with 3xxxxx and the Buicks would start with 1xxxxx. Can't recall exactly what numbers went where, but you get the idea. So the VIN sequence would still be able to follow the brand. So two buicks rolling down the line, with an Olds in between, would still be VIN sequential in the 1 series it was assigned and only be one digit off on the sequential number VIN100002 [Buick], VIN300018 [Olds], then VIN100003 [Buick]. (hope that made sense)Just curious...what does that have to do with the numbering sequence used on the 2012 Camaro VINs?