I also tried to decode your vin.. completely disregarding the year...I couldn't make it work.
MAYBE it could be some sort of 1960 early series II being as there's a gap from 35-41 on the list. A funky 0 could be transcribed as a 6. And you say the door jam matches the frame? and the frame the title eh?
could be a mix of parts.. a 1960 II frame with the body from a 66 and the guy changed the vin on the door (blanks are available) to match the frame instead of the body.. as the frame is much harder to change.
Have a relative that's always involved in synthesizing vehicles to match titles. gets a junk farm truck with no title.. and a junk mechanics lean with a title.. something like that.. swaps parts and such.. then tops it off with a vin plate swap... This kind of discrepancy would happen in his trucks, but you're not supposed to look that hard, and the info for pre VIN cars is not generally available at the DMV ergo their checks..
Where are you that they check.. Here in hawaii I had to have a guy come out to my house due to the title being a hawaii vs honolulu county title. The counties don't trust each-other.
He didn't REALLY check it.. just signed a paper that needed signing and vin rubbing.
Are you worried? cause they won't know the difference.. just that the title matches is all that matters. If you're curious.. I guess you've the right to be.. it doesn't fit the FAQ perfectly.
"Its a beautiful thing the destruction of words"
“Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thought crime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it.”
- Orwell: nineteen eighty-four, true for Oceania, true for today.