|04-09-2012 08:10 AM|
great news wicat...
u did gooder... hang in there.. change is mostly good, but if u need to change something have a reasonable reason to push your idea that makes sense and that should go smooth...
|04-08-2012 10:49 PM|
|04-08-2012 05:55 PM|
|wicat3||thanks cobalt I looked at that but a bit confused as it said that composite vehicles are exempt from the registering program set up in CT as of 2007. Im hoping to hear back from the club and they will have some good news or be able to help get things changed around here|
|04-08-2012 02:39 PM|
|04-08-2012 09:21 AM|
|wicat3||Thanks bill. I contacted a state group here in CT called the 4c's. From what I read they are a car club for CT that deals with the classic car culture and laws. I told them the situation im looking at and asked if they would be intrested in helping me since they seem to have meetings with dmv heads and legistlation dealing with all things classic car related.|
|04-08-2012 07:53 AM|
ct law change
what i did was go to "sema" web site and look for your state gov rep that sema deals with. contact him/her with your concerns. email or in person. then get a group of bout 4 to talk about changes... read the law as it is now and write down the changes u want.. if u don't have "street rod" tags look into getting them. get a first time inspection and no more after that till it changes owners, then again a first time insp. stay away from limited mileage per yr for some might like the power tours. if they want it then go with something like 2k a yr.. exempt from emissions cause of limited usage. cheaper tags.. it would be great if the rep would do a revamp of the law and be done, but most likely the director of dmv will want to over see it.. just get your ducks in order before u talk to anyone.. u can also contact "sema" for info and ask for a "how to" from them... what to say and not say.. they helped me.. so bottom line is make a wish list and be ready to compromise.
|04-07-2012 03:30 PM|
|wicat3||Thanks guys i might look around and see if I can make a group to change the way this kinda thing is handled. Who would I want to speak with? DMV head or a branch of goverment?|
|04-07-2012 02:53 PM|
what u just stated IS exactly why i formed a group and went to DMV... getting a st rod done in de was a major pain... not no more.. inspection the first time and thats it, every 2 yrs just send in the money, your car gets the yr it closely resembles.. no more arguments of a 2012-- 1923 t bucket.. the one question i asked was... what the hell does a 2012 model t look like???
get involved !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
but for the time being.. u might be get'n the shaft at dmv..
but DO get receipts for any major part.. signed, vin # frm car it came out of... cover your bases.. don't forget pic's of build too. all this info will help if u need a repair and can't remember where u got a part or something.. i have a 3 ring binder with everything... don't need to remember anything..
|04-07-2012 01:21 PM|
|04-07-2012 01:16 PM|
|wicat3||It seems a little ridiculous to have to do emissions and go through a big deal to get a vin and register something this is just a pleasure vehicle. I talked to a guy today and he said he had to quiet the exhaust and go through emissions, having to block off the carb to get it right to pass. Just seems like such a hassle to the sport. Ill have to call wintec and see what they say. I really didnt want to run fenders or a hood just old school street rod|
|04-07-2012 01:10 PM|
My T-Bucket is registered as a 23 ford so I need nothing as far as emissions.
|04-07-2012 01:01 PM|
|Irelands child||CT may be one of the worst states to register a home built car. The info you have is correct though incomplete, but you will need fenders, fan finger protection, probably a hood, etc, etc, etc. Give the guys at Wintec in Wallingford a call and they should be able guide you through the State hassle. They picked up a lot of the old Total Performance info (actually in the same building)|
|04-07-2012 12:54 PM|
registering a kit?
Hi guys not sure if im in the right spot to post this but i didn't see a better spot for it. Im in the process of starting a T bucket build but have had some drawbacks in starting. The question I have is on the registering of this car? I have looked into the state of CT as i thats where i live. According to the laws they want to see reciepts for all the parts i use on the "Kit car". If i use a motor and transmission out of a junkyard to rebuild how do i show documentation for it? Also i hear they will consider the car the same year as it is registered and vin number is made, so i would have to go through emissions? Does anyone have any idea if this is true or am i wasting my time on this project and should just scrap it?