You have come to the right place if you are trying to identify Corvette casting numbers for your car or one your working on! With thousands of pages of Archives and Resources we can find information for you on most C1, C2, and C3 Corvettes and we are working on getting C4, C5, and C6 Casting number data!
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Corvette casting numbers and date code information for:
Rear Axle and Differential
LOF Glass Codes
Matching numbers has many interpretations and is often used in loose terms. What it really means is a car which only appears in original factory condition, and in which all pertinent identification numbers are correct. This includes casting numbers and dates that are correct for that specific model. The numbers and dates must pre-date the final assembly of the car. This term would be used in regards to a restored Corvette.
Since a Corvette is only original once if it was left in un-restored condition we would call it a survivor. Things to look for with survivors is to validate originality with casting number research. You would of course want to be careful as some castings numbers may require disassembly to research validity.
Thousands of your dollars can be invested in a documented original car that can possibly be a forgery! This is one part of the collector car hobby that can be hard to verify. Especially since the documentation can be manufactured to make a car appear original.
Arm yourself with information!