I wasn’t sure where to post this story but being that it has primarily to do with VIN numbers I thought that this was the most appropriate. In pulling apart this parts car that is currently in my garage (70 XR7) my father and I came across a most unusual find – an incorrectly [placed build sheet. Now when I say incorrect I mean the build sheet was not even close to what this car was supposed to be. While I’m testing some window motors on my work bench my dad tells me that he just pulled a build sheet in relatively good condition – almost all the code info is very legible. As he hands it to me and I read it through not noticing that the VIN number wasn’t even close to what this car is my eyes wander to the comment section at the bottom and it reads: Cougar Eliminator. WTF!!!?? I can’t make this up. Here’s is the pic – just pulled it out tonight and it says the color is orange. There’s no orange paint near this vehicle. The VIN on the build obviously is a “91” and the VIN on the car calls for a “93” designating an XR7 which it clearly is. There are no Eliminator parts on this car whatsoever – just XR7 stuff. The cars VIN is 0F93H514901 and the build sheet is 0F91M510705. Anybody want to shed some light on this type of anomaly?