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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 vehic
  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 we
  4. How about putting it on a triumph spitfire, those are ugly anyway http://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/d/sparks-1978-triumph-spitfire/7123788943.html
  5. contact name: Larry call or text: (916) 496-1600
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  7. 56371 - 3 Ton Part Number 61196, 61197 - 6 Ton Part Numbers
  8. 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 j
  9. 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 Ma
  10. Winning Bid: $68,000 Pretty good, about what you'd expect I'd think.
  11. That's the same type carrier I use for my cat. It's medium dog size.
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