Hemi VIN Guide On all Street Hemi cars built between 1966 and 1971, the fifth digit of the VIN confirms Hemi status. Here are the codes, plus VIN data for the new breed of Gen III Hemi cars and light trucks. Remember, the '03-up VIN layout moves the engine code to the eighth position. 1966: H1967: J1968: J1969: J1970: R1971: R2006: H (5.7L passenger car) D (5.7L light truck) W (6.1L passenger car)2007: Same as 2006 Another '68 Hemi Coronet R/T, this one a four-speed (94 built; the other 136 were TorqueFlites), was also offered at Summer Carlisle '87. Having been through an amateur restoration-and packing lots of plastic filler-the asking price was $9,500.Another '68 Hemi Coronet R/T, this one a four-speed (94 built; the other 136 were TorqueFl This classified ad for an original paint '70 Hemi 'Cuda four-speed was clipped from a Massachusetts-based auto trader back in 1983. The price is $4,800 firm. This 'Cuda was offered just before the first musclecar collector boom hit in 1984. At the time, $4,800 was a stiff figure; by 1985 it could have sold for four times that amount. Today this one-of-652-built '70 Hemi 'Cuda would easily trade for a quarter-million. Nuts, huh?This classified ad for an original paint '70 Hemi 'Cuda four-speed was clipped from a Mass Summer Carlisle '87 turned up this 47,000 original-mile two-owner '68 Hemi Coronet R/T automatic for $12,700. The seller had recently purchased this one-of-230-built time capsule from the original owner, a then-62-year-old gentleman. They're only original once! Anybody know where it is now?Summer Carlisle '87 turned up this 47,000 original-mile two-owner '68 Hemi Coronet R/T aut « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | » | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!