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Re: Getting a truck title

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10-07-2013 20:57:12

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you might get lucky if the owner still has a plate on the truck, when i drug the 1957 chevy ton and a half out of a barn that im fixing up the original owner decided to get it re redigesterd and licenced again , he took the last redigestration hew had and its licence plate number to the dmv and they found it in their computer, this last licence plate and redigestration was from 1976!

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10-08-2013 05:45:56

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 Re: Getting a truck title in reply to ericlb, 10-07-2013 20:57:12  
In Kansas someone would have to pay all the property taxes from 1976 to current before the state would issue a tag.

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10-09-2013 20:30:58

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 Re: Getting a truck title in reply to DaninKansas, 10-08-2013 05:45:56  
property taxes on a retired truck? what kind of setup do you have there? here as long as ownership can be documented and the vehicle has the requires lites turn signals ect theyll issue a plate, the only problems ive heard of is old trucks bought for ranches some of which are the size of some eastern states, these trucks were never plated since they were used as feed trucks, water trucks ect and never left private property during their working life

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