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The question, initially posted May 23, 2005, was:
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Re: 47-53 Title Information
Frank50 #840087 Sat Mar 31 2012 07:23 AM
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Like they said contact the DMV, I what thought the same think on my 42 Chevy pickup, all I had was a bill of sales and a noterized paper stating that they were the legal owners of the truck, there was no numbers on my truck and the motor had been replaced, I call DMV and they came out and looked all over for any numbers, and then they took the numbers off the motor and signed off on it and I had a title

Re: 47-53 Title Information
jcrich54 #840104 Sat Mar 31 2012 12:57 PM
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Some old cars/trucks were titled by the engine # and some by the VIN number. Just depends on the year and state. My 52 was titled by the engine # which had been altered, and didn't match the title. Va. DMV sent out a state police officer and he ended up meeting me at the metal recycleing place to crush the motor! It's illegal to poccess a motor which the #'s have been altered. Anyway, he took pictures as they crushed the bottom end (block only) but he then issued me a new title by the # on the door. So everything worked out.


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Re: 47-53 Title Information
Panhead59 #840113 Sat Mar 31 2012 01:29 PM
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When I worked in the garage in the late 50's in Colorado, when we changed a motor we would grind off the number on the replacement and restamp it with the origional motor number. Times have changed.


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