The bad news is that the major car history report companies, like Autocheck, do not provide classic car VIN check services - their standard VIN reports only cover the vehicles made in 1981 and newer with standard 17-character VINs. Another problem with most classic cars is that most of them no longer have all the parts they have been originally manufactured with. Classic body may be about the only vintage thing to remain. The most effective to do classic car VIN check is to contact classic car interest clubs.
You may also do classic car VIN search on classiccardatabase.com which has access to a database of 33,000 vehicles dated 1901-1975. You may run lookup by the VIN number of even just the make and model. Classic car VIN history includes over 70 point of data including:
AMX Rambler American, AMC Rambler, Buick Roadmaster, Cadillac DeVille, Riviera, Chevelle Olds Eighty-Eight 88, Cuda, LeSabre Eldorado Chevrolet BelAir, Citation Lincoln Continental, Impala, Corvette, Starfire, Nova, Camaro, Jetfire, Ninety-Eight 98, F85, Cutlass, 442 Pontiac Firebird, Corsair, Caribbean, Adventurer Plymouth Fury, Champion, Commander, Gremlin, Challenger, Coronet, Studebaker Avanti, Hawk Hudson Commodore, Cougar, Aero Lark Ambassador, Henry J Nash Ambassador, Packard Clipper, Belvedere, Ambassador, Metropolitan Willys Jeepster, Imperial, New Yorker, Model A Edsel Ranger, Fireflite, Mercury Comet, Torino,
Trans Am, Bonneville, Grand Prix, GTO, Tempest, LeMans
Ford Mustang, Falcon, Fairlane, Tbird, Galaxie, Model T, Pacer,
Monterey, Montclair, Meteor Chrysler 300, LeBaron, Dodge 440, Dart, Charger, Super Bee, Polara Desoto Firedome, Valiant, Barracuda, Road Runner, Lark, Hawk, President Patrician, Pacific, Pacemaker, Hornet, Wasp, Rambler, Kaiser, Frazer, Statesman, Rambler, Javelin, Hornet, Rebel, Rebel, Javelin.