"I'm new to the group. I just purchased a International Harvester All Season. It is titled as a 1970. I am having trouble locating a VIN tag on this motorhome. I fear it may have been located on the entry step of the motorhome. I've been…"
I'm new to the group. I just purchased a International Harvester All Season. It is titled as a 1970. I am having trouble locating a VIN tag on this motorhome. I fear it may have been located on the entry step of the motorhome. I've been told that the frame should have the VIN stamped near the front left frame rail close to the steering box.This motorhome was a barn find,after being under roof for 20 years. We have started a complete restoration. The condition of this RV is unbelievable. I'll be doing mechanical updates such as engine rebuild, adding fuel injection, disc brakes and possibly a generator. I'll leave the interior to my wife, she's got a lot better eye for such renovations. Again any help to find VIN will make this project much easier and Thanks again
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