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Old 10-18-2005, 07:24 PM
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what's up guys? I live in new jersey. I need to get two titles. I can not get one in jersey,any suggestions would be very appreciated

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More information please. Can't help unless we know some specifics.
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Old 10-21-2005, 08:54 AM
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title for what?
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I have a similar question. I found a 67 Camaro convert. that the vin and title are not available. The car is restorable, but without a vin or title, I don't want to stick money into a project I can't use. I see rodders with fiberglass cars, the new 69 Camaro convert. bodies and cars taken from complete ruin and brought to the point of driving and licensing. How can a guy do this?
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Every state is different. Generally, if you have the frame there is a number on it. Take the number to motor vehicle division and run it (may be a partial number and you have to add the designation for a 67 camaro conv. etc.) If it doen't come up stolen, you should be able to apply for either salvage title or replacement title. Try a forum search here and at the jalopy journal, I know I've seen a long discussion on the Minn. requirements.
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Well not to sound like a stick in the mud ,but I always questions these type of question.

What happened to the original title who was the correct owner. Unfortunately there are allot of dishonest people ,and I am not saying 007animal82 is dishonest as I dont know him or the circumstance of why he needs 2 titles.

There are alot of dishonest people who steel our cars. they store them away for 20 years or so and then bring them out for sale with a new title.

I own a corvette and follow the sales on ebay.I cant tell you how many vettes I have seen for sale with improper vin numbers.The seller knows all about there value,the date codes,the rarity of the motors ,but all of a sudden they become stupid when you question them on the improper vin numbers. I know on older vettes and mustangs the first numbers of the vin tell you what type of a car it is and then the last let you know the sequence of when it was built in the model year.

Me personally cant figure out why there is any legitamate reason for these compainies you see advertizing for titles for any car.
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I have a similar question. I found a 67 Camaro convert. that the vin and title are not available. The car is restorable, but without a vin or title, I don't want to stick money into a project I can't use. I see rodders with fiberglass cars, the new 69 Camaro convert. bodies and cars taken from complete ruin and brought to the point of driving and licensing. How can a guy do this?
VINs are stamped several places on all cars. The DOT knows where.
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Well not to sound like a stick in the mud ,but I always questions these type of question.

What happened to the original title who was the correct owner. Unfortunately there are allot of dishonest people ,and I am not saying 007animal82 is dishonest as I dont know him or the circumstance of why he needs 2 titles.

There are alot of dishonest people who steel our cars. they store them away for 20 years or so and then bring them out for sale with a new title.

I own a corvette and follow the sales on ebay.I cant tell you how many vettes I have seen for sale with improper vin numbers.The seller knows all about there value,the date codes,the rarity of the motors ,but all of a sudden they become stupid when you question them on the improper vin numbers. I know on older vettes and mustangs the first numbers of the vin tell you what type of a car it is and then the last let you know the sequence of when it was built in the model year.

Me personally cant figure out why there is any legitamate reason for these compainies you see advertizing for titles for any car.
All I can tell you is "Boyd" got busted for several felonies by CA for conspiracy to avoid taxes by putting "original" titles on "kit" cars. Just punch it into Google and look.
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VINs are stamped several places on all cars. The DOT knows where.
I know where all the numbers are located on the car, vin./build tag on the fire wall, vin on the inner door opening(drivers side), and one, sometimes two locations behind the heater box. The car was a highly optioned RS/SS car, though just a shell now. The numbers were removed, but the car is still very salvagable. I don't know the reasoning behind the removal of the numbers. Probably the same for the reason I am asking, I'm not going to push it with the guy though. Maybe best just left alone. Anybody know of a solid 67 or 69 Camaro for sale. doesn't need to have a motor or interior some minor rust ok if the price is right.
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I know where all the numbers are located on the car, vin./build tag on the fire wall, vin on the inner door opening(drivers side), and one, sometimes two locations behind the heater box. The car was a highly optioned RS/SS car, though just a shell now. The numbers were removed, but the car is still very salvagable. I don't know the reasoning behind the removal of the numbers. Probably the same for the reason I am asking, I'm not going to push it with the guy though. Maybe best just left alone. Anybody know of a solid 67 or 69 Camaro for sale. doesn't need to have a motor or interior some minor rust ok if the price is right.
Chances are the car your looking at had proper papers and the vin was used on an illgotton car,to make it legit. It would be nice if you could find a part of the original vin,this way the car with it would be exsposed as fraud or a stolen car.I may be wrong but this is why cars show up with no vin markings.

Some poor enthusist may have lost his pride and joy,and some crook has a nice car now . In our hobby we must ask questions and get invoulved with eliminating this stuff as some day it may be your car or my car that comes up missing. Turning our back on it so you can purchase an affourdable project car is a mistake,Inspect the car find a vin number get a rubbing of it post it on a Camaro site.

Good luck
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When I bought my '67 Falcon, it had no title or registration with it, here in ny, anything b4 '73 has no title just a transferrable registration, all you need to get a replacement is a trace of the vin plate, and a DMV paper signed by the former owner and you then get a 90 day non transferrable registration, after 90 days you get a transferrable.
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without a title or properly displayed vin is probably stolen...been stripped and now the shell is looking good to some sucker. Don't be that sucker. Find a project thats right from the get go and let this deal go!!! As a matter of fact I think its illegal to try and sell a car without a title or if the vin has been removed. Check with the BMV or your local State Highway Patrol..look in the phone book for their number and give them a call....they will set you straight.


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