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Old 12-10-2007, 04:49 PM
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The hot rod title will not work in Pa because it is to new of a vehical and at some point need some sort of title to start with.
The bill of sale can help in Pa but you need to go through the court of common pleas and prove no other title exists. I have found a notary that is somewhat knowledgeable in the process but the current owner of the vehical needs to contact the executor of the estate(in California) for a letter death certificate and proof of being the executor. Even having this it is still a gamble of getting the title. The bill of sale alone will not get you a title in Pa. Just curious but in Ga did you get a certificate of title or a letter of title?

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I am trying to get a vehical history report for a 1967 chevy pick up I am looking at but they all seem to require 17 characters I only have 12. Does anyone know a source to get the info?

In Indiana you can go to the BMV and obtain a form that can be sent in to the State. You can obtain all the history and a vehicle and it only cost you $8.00. I'd check with your State BMV. It's pretty cool that you can obtain all of your vehicles history, as long as, it was titled in your State.

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I am trying to get a vehical history report for a 1967 chevy pick up I am looking at but they all seem to require 17 characters I only have 12. Does anyone know a source to get the info?

In Indiana you can go to the BMV and obtain a form that can be sent in to the State. You can obtain all the history on a vehicle and it only cost you $8.00. I'd check with your State BMV. It's pretty cool that you can obtain all of your vehicles history, as long as, it was titled in your State.
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Oops! Kgriff, you have double posted, which is a no-no on the bulletin board. Please delete one of your posts. If you don't delete one of them, one of the moderators will take care of it for you. I'm sure it was just a mistake.
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