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Old 06/28/2007, 08:05 PM   #3

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Paul I found it interesting that you would put the car in the registry in that was rather than a note that the car had likely destroyed.

As for the "car" it will likely receive a new state VIN like it would in this state. Really surprised that the state official made mention that they had not seen/heard of a story like this. I've seen it likely a hundred times over the years.

Unfortunately its another reminder to double check (or have some one you trust) everything thing especially in this days of increasing values and the attempt to save any car that might have values.

Mustanglvr The story you included will likely relate since the door tags are not designed nor meant for registration purposes and swapping them (as part of a door swap) is very common especially in the rust belt
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