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    titling

    how would go about titling an old race car with no title. The dash is gone and replaced with aluminium so no vin, and the firewall is modified sheet metal from having the motor set back so no trim tag. The title has been long gone the car has raced almost its entire life. Surprisingly enouph the car isnt that hacked up. The car had quarters and wheelhouses trunk floors, comes with new doors, fenders and header. I could get the car cheap its been in restoration limbo for years now. Everyone is scared off b/c of title issues.

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    go talk to the people in the courthouse they can start you in the right direction

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    Call your local DMV inspector ,he SHOULD know the state laws regarding titles. In-fact you may want to call the inspectors in a couple other counties to make sure their stories match.........

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    i sold one on ebay once

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    Depending how old there should be more hidden VINs. There might be one back behind the taillight.
    If you can find a VIN then I would think it would be easier to verify it's not stolen (which is the biggest issue, IMHO) and then you should be able to get a VIN from the state, like they do for kit cars and homebuilts.
    Jason Scheer