First, please don't revive old threads... the one you're replying to is over six years old. HIN numbers are located on the starboard side of the transom. There is also one located somewhere inside the boat, but that varies depending on the make/model of the boat. Be aware that HINs were not required until 1972 or so.
Once you've found the HIN, if there is one, you can do some further research on the MIC, which is the first three places of the HIN. However, MIC codes are not unique, and several manufacturers may have been assigned the same MIC code over the years.
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