Again, This is the original tag. I took it off and put it in my bank lock box to be sure it stays genuine. It is well documented. Christ, why are they so many doubters?
Ok, I remember this car now. Looked back at your prior posts and found this:
And you wonder why there are "doubters"?!?!?
Well for starters:
(1) you removed the cowl tag from the car
(2) you say in the other thread that the car didn't have a vin tag when you got it
(3) you say in the other thread that you now have a new reproduction / replacement
VIN tag that you had MADE for you by your state DMV -- not the original GM VIN tag; and
(4) you say in the other thread that it was necessary for you to get the police, NICB, DMV and state authorities involved just to figure out whether your car's VIN matched the title you received -- yet it is an incontrovertable fact (as was established in the other thread) that if you didn't have the original vin tag with the full vin # then neither you nor any government agent or police officer were going to find the full VIN # of the car anywhere
else on the car.
And therefore you cannot, ever, under any circumstances, prove that the car you own was born with the SS vin # that you have on your title and on your reproduction / replacement
VIN tag. Maybe it was, maybe it wasn't. But the point is it can't be proven either way now.
If you think I'm being tough on you, I apologize, but I bet if a poll were run on TC the vast majority of people would agree that your car's missing, removed, replaced, reproduced and/or otherwise tampered with tags are far more troubling than you seem to think they are.
Best of luck to you though!