General Motors identification/series code for Chevrolet Corvette.
37 or 67 (Fourth & Fifth Digit)
“37” for Coupe, “67” for Convertible.
S (Sixth Digit)
Location of the Assembly Plant. S – St. Louis, Missouri.
1XXXXX (Seventh thru Twelfth Digits)
Production Sequence Numbers (or Unit Number).
The last six digits begin at 100001 and run thru 110261, accounting for each of the 10,261 Corvettes built-in 1960. Each Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is unique to an individual car. For all 1960 Corvettes, the location of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is located on the steering column in the engine compartment.
The 1960 Corvette is the first year that did not feature the VIN tag in the door jamb (as with all previous models). It is also the first-year Corvette that included a VIN that was in excess of ten digits. The VIN is also stamped on several locations on the Corvette frame.