What can be decoded from a Case VIN?
Decode a Case VIN number with Vincario to get
- Case vehicle identification number verification
- Vehicle technical specification
- Manufacturer details
- Model year
- Plant location
- Check digit validity
European vehicles also add
- Odometer reading
- VIN check in 6 national police databases of stolen vehicles
- Czech Republic
- Vincario - Our own database of stolen cars, motorbikes, trucks etc.
- Real Vehicle Market Value
- Learn what's the common vehicle price and odometer reading on the market.
Vehicle report example:
Special purpose vehicles
Fuel Type - Primary:
Engine Displacement (ccm):
4x4 - Four-wheel drive
16.9 - 28 10 PR 152 A8
Common market price and odometer reading by a model year (example).
Market overview comparing Price and Odometer reading (example).
Price distribution (example).
Enter Case VIN into a search field above to double check what vehicle details are available.
What is a Case VIN?
Every Case manufacturer assigns a unique ID called Vehicle Identification number (VIN) to each vehicle. This VIN length is 17 digits and is composed of letters and digits holding basic vehicle specification.
All databases in an automotive industry search through a VIN:
- Case manufacturer database
- Case importer/exporter database
- Case dealer database
- Case workshops and spare parts suppliers
- National vehicle databases
- Police databases
- Databases of insurance companies
- Databases of private companies
Case VIN Number schema
EU & North America
more than 500 vehicles/year
|EU & North America
500 or fewer vehicles/year
Where is a VIN Number Located on a Case vehicle?
VIN can be found typically at these locations:
- VIN embossed on a vehicle frame in the engine area
- Windshield on the driver's side corner
- Doorjamb at driver’s side
- Vehicle documentation
- Vehicle registration documents
- Purchase contract
- Insurance or Lease policy
More details can be found in Case VIN FAQ.
Case Vehicle Inspection
Also do not forget to physically check the technical condition of your Case vehicle. Either in an authorized Case service or by an experienced car mechanic.
Check of a Case vehicle history is usually the first step so don't hesitate to enter VIN into a search field below.