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I can't make heads nor tails out of this, it a HUGE list of what looks to be frame numbers, not VIN's for every Toyota made sense 1978,
http://toyota.mnc.ru/framno/longindex.html
go to FJ type or HJ or FZJ ect ect

but the numbers make no sense to me but I can't stand numbers but they don't match or make sense. But every Cruiser is there and all the sub models

it come fron here....
http://toyota.mnc.ru/index.htm
Russian?

Might just be worthless or ?
 

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John:

Makes sense to me. Once you click on the frame series, the number in the box opposite the year and month is the serial number that began on that month. For instance, my '87 xcab pickup has an RN66 frame series, and the S/N in the VIN is 5073368. This page tells me that this truck was manufactured in 3/87 (based on the starting number for that month). The VIN tag on the door jamb conforms this, as does my EPC software.

And yes the .ru country code corresponds to Russia.
 

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John:

Makes sense to me. Once you click on the frame series, the number in the box opposite the year and month is the serial number that began on that month. For instance, my '87 xcab pickup has an RN66 frame series, and the S/N in the VIN is 5073368. This page tells me that this truck was manufactured in 3/87 (based on the starting number for that month). The VIN tag on the door jamb conforms this, as does my EPC software.

And yes the .ru country code corresponds to Russia.
Well now that my :smokin: glasses are off and have the right VIN's(wrote both down wrong in dark)...yeah it does make sense, I see my fj80 and 60.

John
 
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