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Old 06-04-2017, 10:52 AM
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1984 Oregon SP unmarked
1986 Idaho SP
1993 FHP unit 1363
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Old 06-05-2017, 11:19 AM
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All years done.

http://foxchassis.com/decoders/vin/ssp/

That is a mirror of the decoder on this site except it will now also indicate known info. For example, for 1982 CHP VIN 1FABP10F7CF213064 it will say Confirmed as: California Highway Patrol, Unit #E870204 and then do the normal VIN decoding.

I can remove "Confirmed as", or put "SSP" after the agency, etc. Just let me know.

Throw some VINs at it and see if anything funky gets returned. When we're satisfied that it works as intended I give the changed modules to Mike for this site.
I tried a few VINs and it worked fine. Well done! I assume once the proper code is added to our site that future additions to our Project will automatically work with the decoder, right?

If it was determined to be a good idea, would it be possible for the "results page" on a SSP to show a link to the car's page in our VIN Project?
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Old 06-05-2017, 12:01 PM
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Since the 'Confirmed as...' results are in a flat file, instead of a web-searchable database (e.g. MySQL), changes have to be done manually. It's one line of code per change. Anyone that has access to the .php file can easily change it. I can change the results to anything you all want, including a link to that VIN's page in the VIN Project, or a link to the forums for "further discussion if you believe it might be an SSP", etc. It's your decoder.
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Old 06-06-2017, 08:48 AM
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I added links for all of the known 1982 VINs. Check it out.
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Old 06-06-2017, 05:41 PM
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Excellent work! I see that it recognizes the 82 CHP hatchbacks as such too. Very cool!

Edit: You want want to revise the wording at the bottom of the results page to something like:

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Please remember that this decoder works for all 1982-93 5.0L Mustang
coupes, and does not confirm whether or not the VIN belongs to an SSP,
unless the car has been documented as a SSP through other means.
...or something like that.
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