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Old 03-25-2015, 01:32 PM
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Default 1956 chevy 2 dr sedan tittle

As I was reading this thread I seen where selling a tittle could be a felony. I have a 56 chevy tittle in fair condition. It is in the name of person who I bought car from. I got car for parts. I then junked car in local junk yard. It has been many yrs since car was scrapped. Car was just an old car at the time. Give or take 40 yrs.

A question to all, could I sell this tittle as a collectors item? Would that get me away from the potential felony?
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Old 03-25-2015, 02:51 PM
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Title? You can call it a pink elephant if you want, still doesn't make selling it without a matching vehicle legal. Is it worth it for a few bucks? Besides - Why help bring unnecessary heat on our hobby when the lawmakers are trying hard enough to shut it down? Don't give them ammunition! People that try to register bogus cars/titles just make it harder for those of us who go through the proper legal channels.
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Old 03-25-2015, 04:56 PM
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Just did not think far enough ahead to think of bringing down troubles for others.

Just keep it.
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Old 03-25-2015, 05:00 PM
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I see on another rat rod forum that there are guys selling these all the time, for a lot of money...If I was the admin of that forum, I wouldnt be allowing it.....Condoning it might get them in a mess too
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Old 04-17-2015, 08:26 PM
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E Bay use to let you sell them years ago but stopped. I have sold a few before they stopped it. Now the ones I have are in a frame and are considered art!

They will never be made again so where are you going to find a title to a 1939 Plymouth truck? Hanging on my wall is where and that's the place for it for me. not worth the trouble. Just done have enough space. A buddy was in an old salvage yard got me a milk crate full of them some signed by owner...

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Old 05-17-2015, 01:08 PM
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7-8 years ago I was selling them on the hamb. Got a call from the state and they eventually decided I needed to surrender all the ones I had left. All were from an old junkyard and nothing newer than 52. Now most forums don't allow it either. My state says when a car is junked or no longer exists, like junk yards, the titles need to be sent in so the state can remove it from the system.
As soon as I found out the grey area I thought I was in really was black and white, I quit.
But I have sold vehicles there was very little left of with clear title, as long as the frame number and vin tag are there.
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