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I have an interested buyer for my 69 camaro who lives in mass

the car is now registered/insured in connecticut by me

when I registered the car , the dmv took my title from me and my registration paperwork becomes the new title effectively

the buyer in mass spoke to some dmv official, and he claims if you do not have the actual original title, the car will have to be registered as a "hot rod" which they will want every reciept from the build and it turns into a clusterphuck nightmare

this does not sound right to me

thanks in advance!
 

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I bet they don't mean the title from 1969. just a real new one in this case your reg is the title if it is a transferable reg.
at least that's how it works in NY
 

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You need a notarized bill of sale with a copy of the registration signed over to the buyer. This would be effective.
 

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rick when i registered my chevelle back in 1986,i did not need a title,just a bill of sale if i remember correctly,...but that was a long time ago,... can you get your title back from the dmv?
 

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Nick, I'm going to try that

thanks for the replies
 

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Just be glad it's an older car.
A buddy of mine in Mass has a New Edge Mustang with a complete engine swap,
cats and all, pcm, etc.
It was legal last year, but some law changed and they are gving him shit about it now.
 
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