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Where your truck was built. As I understand it the sequential number is the day (approximate) your truck was built, but the birthdate of the truck is the day the truck was shipped..actual registry with a dealer.
A-Atlanta.
B-Baltimore.
F-flint.
C-Oakland I have not yet to see a C code. if you have one post reply.
O-Oakland, 1916 to 1963 shut down due to age of plant.
H-Fremont, 1964 new replaced the Oakland plant.
Z-Fremont, 1965 to 1982, Changed the plant designation code. Closed in 1982
J-Janesville.
N-Norwood.
P-Pontiac.
S-St Louis.
T-Terrytown.
I-Oshawa
L-Los Angeles

All Chevrolet trucks had a partial Vin stamped on the frame top of frame drivers side just in front of motor mount and top of frame just aft of the drivers side rear cab mount abbreviated vin, only the year, plant , and # .
Note in 1964 GM changed the vin format of which there has been some confusion in the plants. GMC did not stamp the Vin in the frame during the early years.
 
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