Not what I'm saying. It's a logical deduction. If a vehicle comes in for inspection at any point in time, the title and dash vin will be checked to verify they match and are correct. Also, when the dealer gets the certificate if manufacture from chrysler, they have to match or they legally can't title the vehicle as the vin on the dash does not match the title.You can't say "the title wouldn't have an R", unless you have seen the title in question...and there in lies the problem.
Exactly... what does the door decal say?? Please tell us it wasn't peeled off ! No doubt in my mind that the dash VIN tag is the real deal... the door decal will save your *** at the DMV...OP: What's the door sticker say? If there is a discrepency there, that would be interesting.
It all depends on how you look at it. If you're laying on the roof ...........The vin tag on the dash of my 69 charger was put on upside down.
Exactly, the whole numbers matching schtick simply helps drive up prices.It all comes down to just another factory sloppy mistake, of which we've seen many different variations through the years. These cars were never meant to become barret-jackson trophy car$$$$$ many years later.
The title and all vin stamps and vin sticker were all correct RM21MI had a A12 roadrunner the vin tag read RM21Q so errors are made .