No, not on a vehicle that old. At best they might be able to tell you what dealership it was delivered to. After that, ownership has to be determined through state DMV title searches but that's difficult because of the Public Records Act and its privacy clauses. There are companies who, for a fee, can conduct motor vehicle records searches. Ford can conduct vin number searches of their dealership system and if the vehicle has been in for maintenance that information may turn up, but it only goes back to the 1990's in most cases. Likewise, there are companies that can research insurance records for claims on file for that vin number, but again the electronic records on that don't go very far back. Since you don't have the data plate you're pretty much S.O.L.
· 9 months ago