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  1. You sold a car and have no clue as to the buyer's name or address. Then you continue to pay registration for a vehicle you do not have any longer. Then you want the government to keep track of vehicles across state lines to help you out. As if that is a responsibility of the Federal Government. For your information the states have a right to operate independently and enact their own laws. People who want to do business across state lines need to deal with it and figure it out. What does the Constitution say about the responsibility of the Federal Government? Does it say keep track of all vehicles, VINs, and owners nationwide? The fact is you can look up VIN's of cars registered in California. Just the VIN alone can get you the license plate number, the year, make, and any back registration due, but not the owner's name or address. This may be useful to some people. For purposes of your situation you can ignore it.
  2. The way Ohio does that makes sense. If the sale takes place in Ohio the title transfer should happen there. And no sales tax till you get it back to your home state.
  3. Here is the California DMV VIN lookup tool. If the VIN is active in the system it will tell you how much the fees to purchase it would be, including back unpaid registration fees if any. So it may be useful if you want proof your car was sold to a California buyer, it will tell you if the VIN is active in the California DMV computer system. https://www.dmv.ca.gov/wasapp/FeeCalculatorWeb/usedVehicleForm.do Gives you a result like this. All I did was put in the VIN for my car, nothing else, no owners name or anything. It gives the Make, year, and transfer fees due if I were to buy it.
  4. I liked it best when it was a Hurst
  5. How about putting it on a triumph spitfire, those are ugly anyway http://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/d/sparks-1978-triumph-spitfire/7123788943.html
  6. contact name: Larry call or text: (916) 496-1600
  7. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/6e/d1/10/6ed11065360a885704fc8a166323be37.gif
  8. 56371 - 3 Ton Part Number 61196, 61197 - 6 Ton Part Numbers
  9. PITTSBURGH AUTOMOTIVE 3 TON STEEL JACK STANDS May 3, 2020 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 20E027000 Jack Stand May Collapse Under Load Under load, the stand may drop suddenly, which may increase the risk of injury to people near or under a lifted vehicle. NHTSA Campaign Number: 20E027000 Manufacturer Harbor Freight Tools Components EQUIPMENT Potential Number of Units Affected 1,254,000 Summary Harbor Freight Tools (Harbor Freight) is recalling certain Pittsburgh Automotive 3 Ton Heavy Duty Steel Jack Stands, part numbers 56371 and 61196. The ratchet teeth on the jack stand lifting extension post may not engage the pawl to a sufficient depth, possibly causing the stand to fail under load. Remedy Harbor Freight will notify owners, and stores will provide, in exchange for return of the jack stands, a gift card equal to the shelf price of the jack stands, free of charge. Owners are asked to immediately discontinue use of the jack stands for safety concerns. The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule. Owners may contact Harbor Freight customer service at 1-800-444-3353 or Recalls@HarborFreight.com. Notes Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov. PITTSBURGH AUTOMOTIVE 6 TON STEEL JACK STANDS March 20, 2020 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 20E016000 Jack Stands May Fail If the stand fails, the stand can suddenly drop, increasing the risk of injury to persons nearby or under the lifted vehicle. NHTSA Campaign Number: 20E016000 Manufacturer Harbor Freight Tools Components EQUIPMENT Potential Number of Units Affected 454,000 Summary Harbor Freight Tools (Harbor Freight) is recalling certain Pittsburgh Automotive 6 Ton Heavy Duty Steel Jack Stands, part number 61197. The ratchet teeth on the jack stands may not sufficiently engage the pawl to a sufficient depth, possibly causing the stand to fail under load. Remedy Harbor Freight will notify owners, and stores will provide, in exchange for return of the jack stands, a gift card equal to the shelf price of the jack stands, free of charge. Owners are asked to immediately discontinue use of the jack stands for safety concerns. The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule. Owners may contact Harbor Freight customer service at 1-800-444-3353 or Recalls@HarborFreight.com. Notes Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.
  10. One-of-a-Kind 1939 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet Found in Shipping Container in FL 19 May 2020, 13:36 UTC · by Vlad Mitracheauthor picHome > News > U-turn Every man with a passion for cars reaches an age when he begins about buying a classic car. Depending on his mechanical knowledge, budget, and spare time, he can either go for a completely restored one, or what people often candidly describe as "a project." This 1939 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet certainly falls into the latter category. According to its seller on craigslist, it is one of the two 135M Cabriolets bodied by Letourneur et Marchand back in 1939, and since they were both believed to be lost, this find makes it the lone survivor. The car has seen better days, granted, but considering it has been lying there, untouched, since 1962, it's nothing you wouldn't expect. The Cabriolet surfaced in Orlando, Florida, in what appears to be what's left of a wooden shipping container, but there's no info on the storing conditions it spent the better part of the last 60 years in. Since it's Florida, though, it could mean both good and bad news as there's plenty of sun, but also humidity and that salty air. It's impossible to tell how deep that rust goes and some shots of the interior would have gone a long way - though it's definitely going to be completely ruined. The only specs made available refer to the car's transmission, which is an optional Cotal 4-speed, and its wheels - a set of Rudge center-lock wire wheels. Jean-Paul Tissot, Delahaye expert and president/archivist of the Delahaye Club, is said to have confirmed the vehicle's authenticity. So, all that's left now for this incredibly rare find - make that one-of-a-kind - to be brought back to life is someone willing to spend close to 170k US dollars to get it, and god knows how much for the entire restoration process. The thought they'll end up with a vehicle worthy of attending such venues as Pebble Beach and Amelia Island should be enough to keep them going through what will undoubtedly be a grueling process. https://www.autoevolution.com/news/one-of-a-kind-1939-delahaye-135m-cabriolet-found-in-shipping-container-in-fl-143857.html#
  11. Winning Bid: $68,000 Pretty good, about what you'd expect I'd think.
  12. That's the same type carrier I use for my cat. It's medium dog size.