Mopar – All Brands:
Mopar Push Button VIN Decoder – For 1966 to 1975 Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth cars. Unique push button format. There are also standard decoders at the top of the page for 1962 to 1965 Mopars and 1966 to 1975 Mopars. At the MaxWedge.com website.
Stock Mopar Serial Number and Fender Tag Decoder – 1969 to 1974 only. This decoder will not decode 1966 – 1968 fender tags or cars made from the Lynch Road plant.
Mopar VIN Decoder – For 1968 to 1974 cars only.
Mopar Broadcast Sheet Decoder – An extensive manual fender tag and broadcast sheet decoder. In addition to more common 1960’s and early 1970’s codes it Includes tough to find codes for later 1970’s and early 1980’s cars. Shows multiple definitions for codes that were recycled by Chrysler and have different meanings for different years.
Chrysler Corporation Product V.I.N. Decoding Facility – Manual serial number decoder for 1962 through 1980 Chrysler Corporation products. Courtesy Lee Herman’s Mopar Page.
Chrysler’s 10,000 Day Calender – A Julian date decoder for the engine code stampings on many Chrysler engines such as the 340, 318 and 360. At the MaxWedge.com website.
Dodge, Plymouth and Fargo Trucks:
1936 to 1980 Dodge Truck Serial Number Decoder – Decodes Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN’s) from most Dodge, Plymouth, and Fargo Trucks manufactured from 1936 to 1980. Courtesy T137.com.