Decoding Services

So you own a Chrysler Corporation car or truck and want to know more about it? MyMopar offers Fender Tag and Broadcast Sheet decoding services for 1962 to 1981 Chrysler Corporation vehicles. MyMopar has been involved in Mopars since 1984 and can provide you with accurate and prompt service.
All decoding services will include a Research Findings Report suitable for framing and display. All documents will be personalized with the vehicle make, model and VIN. All originals will be signed and dated by me.


VIN & Fender Tag Decode – $50.00
Broadcast Sheet Decode – $75.00
Option & Accessories Report – $60.00

VIN & Fender Tag Decoding

MyMopar will fully decode your VIN and Fender Tag(s) and provide you with a breakdown report of all codes.

We will require the following documents in order to decode your VIN & Fender Tag.

  1. A photo of the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) Tag
  2. A photo of the Fender Tag

* Note – We can perform a Fender Tag only decode upon request but prefer to include the VIN tag in the report for completeness.

Broadcast Sheet Decoding
MyMopar will fully decode your Broadcast Sheet and provide you with a breakdown report of all codes.

We will require the following documents in order to decode your Broadcast Sheet.

  1. A digital scan or photocopy of the Broadcast Sheet

Optional Documentation for Decoding: Photos or copies of Original Window Sticker, Invoice, etc.

A few cars that have been decoded by MyMopar

Example of Research Findings Report

Example of Fender Tag Decode

Example of Broadcast Sheet Decode

Options & Accessories Report
The Options & Accessories Report is an additional service which is a breakdown of each vehicle option to the percentage of the total vehicle production that was built with this particular option. The report will include Equipment, Sales Code, % of Shipment, Production Number (Based on Percentage), and Option Prices. We can provide a detailed Option & Accessories Report for the following vehicles:

1968 Barracuda

1968 Charger & Charger R/T

1969 Charger & Charger R/T

1969 Coronet & Super Bee

1969 Belvedere, Satellite & Road Runner

1970 Charger, Charger 500 and Charger R/T

1970 Barracuda & ‘Cuda

1970 Challenger & Challenger R/T

1970 Coronet

1970 Coronet 500

1970 Super Bee
1971 GTX
1971 Barracuda & ‘Cuda
1971 Challenger & Challenger R/T
1971 Road Runner
1971 Super Bee
1971 Charger R/T
1971 Dodge Demon
1972 Charger

Example of Options & Accessories Report

We can provide a less detailed but complete Option & Accessories Report for the following vehicles:

1971 Dart
1971 Charger/Coronet
1971 Challenger
1971 Polara/Monacco
1971 Chrysler & Imperial
1971 Valiant
1971 Satellite

1971 Fury
1972 Chrysler & Imperial
1972 Barracuda
1972 Valiant
1972 Satellite
1972 Fury

What You Will Receive

When we have finished decoding your vehicle, we will send you the finished documentation as a digital Adobe .PDF file via email. This will allow you to save and print the material as you see fit. This gives you the customer direct control over your documentation.

How To Get Started
Please fill out and submit our Decoding Service Order Form to initiate the order  process.

Orders Via Postal Mail

  • If online ordering is not preferred, we can accept orders via postal mail
  • Checks or Money Orders should be made out to Richard Kras
  • Send all paper copies with payment to me at:

Richard Kras
PO Box 14
Clarkston, MI 48347

Turn around time is 2-3 weeks from the time I receive your order.

If your fender tag or broadcast sheet has “issues”, we will respond with an explanation as to why we are declining the order. We will not decode bogus or incorrect fender tags or broadcast sheets. I reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

We strive for perfection to ensure you’re 100% satisfied with our services. When you receive your decoding documentation it should be correct and error free. If for whatever reason you’re not satisfied with our work, please let us know. If you find a legitimate error with your decoding documentation, let us know and we’ll fix it.

Mark Worman of Graveyard Carz uses MyMopar to decode his Mopars, why not you?


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