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The number on the cowl is the Fisher body plant sequence number. It
is not a GM number. It has nothing to do with VIN.
--- In <a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066105193209050199029077192253163098100009128121188190230091025019053061151110147">email@example.com</a>, "Chuck" <<a href="/group/cosworthvegas/post?protectID=219233066084056072169026112248100208071048">cosvega76@y...</a>> wrote:
> Here is a question maybe Duke can answer for me. I just picked up a
> '77 Vega wagon and was looking at the VIN and comparing it to the
> number on the cowl tag. They don't match! I got alarmed, but was
> curious since the VIN on the door matches the VIN at the
> I looked at the Cosworth and my V8 car, and they are the same way.
> Did GM use the number on the cowl tag for some other purpose?
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