discrepancy in vin/interior trim numbers
Hi, I would appreciate any advice you might be able to offer. I purchased a 1969 mustang 428CJ in 1990 which was disassembled at the time. It still is. However, in investigating the paperwork I have encountered a problem with the last digit in the vin number indicating production number of the car. The last digit listed on both fender aprons, driver's door tag (original with original plate and rivets), title, and CA registration all ends in XX0. The interior trim code on the door plate is 3A (black interior). However, the vin number on the tag in the driver's window (also original) ends with XX1. While unaware of the discrepancy with the window tag number, I purchased a Marti report using the vin number ending in XX0. It returns an interior trim code as 3W (white interior). I do not know if the car was originally built with a white or black interior as there was no headliner, dash pad, etc in the car.
It seems to be two issues. Can I ignore the dash tag with vin ending XX1 and assume it should be XX0 as in all the other vins associated with the car (title, both fender aprons, door tag)? Second, can I assume the Marti report is correct and the car had a white interior? I prefer, of course, to put a white interior in the car but would like to be correct.
Thanks for any advice.