Regular Expression for checking valid value from file

This is kind of urgent. I was wondering if someone can help me with a regular expression that checks for:

VIN should have only A-Z, 0-9 characters, but not I, O, or Q
Last 6 characters of VIN should be a number
VIN should be 17 characters long.

I have a text file which contains all the VINs one after the other. So I need to read each VIN from the file
and find out the ones which are not valid.

An actual example is helpful. The script is written in korn shell.

Thanks
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amit_gCommented:
cat YourDataFile  | egrep -e '^[A-HJ-NPR-Z0-9]{17}$' | egrep -e '[0-9]{6}$'
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ozoCommented:
egrep -v '^[A-HJ-NPR-Z0-9]{11}[0-9]{6}$' YourDataFile
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