I'm not sure about this, but check the inside of the driver's door and see if there is a sticker there. There may be a build date on a sticker that the factory places on the inside of the door (not interior part of the door, but the door jam part. The sticker I'm referring to lists the gross vehicle weight, tire pressures, etc. It might be a clue. The Vin will only give you a production number (last 5 or 6 digits) but not the build date.
For coupes, you can open your back hatch and lift the left compartment cover. Your Job Number will be there on a sticker. The number will preceded by SEQ NBR; i.e., SEQ NBR 6063 equates to job number 6063. Don't know where they put the sticker on FRCs. If you find it, yours should be higher than 12827 and lower than 12986 (judging from your VIN) which indicates October 29.
Help!! Can anyone help me find out when my car was built
if you tp tp ncrs-wi they have a calculator for most years.
just enter the last 5 of the vin and the year it will pick the most accurate date factoring in weekends, strikes and holidays.
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