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1565358 1600-2 Bristol

Texas car bought from the 2nd owner.

Pics to come..thinking that this car will be the M42 conversion.

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It's called my own personal warehouse space.

I own a small building two garage doors industrial area.

Nobody cares what I'm storing. Storing each car waiting for the right time.

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Congratulations! I used to have No. 1565522 in Houston in the early 80's. Originally Polaris and now junked, I wish I still had it.

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Landon,

I found two cars in Pueblo Co ..

72 Tii Ceylon and 71 riviera sunroof

Both sitting in a barn for 13 years.

I have bill of sale need Colorado DMV advice with getting titles.

I have the old registration info.

In fact the 71 was sold thru a local used car dealer who claim to still have the old registration. PO - passed away an everything was old thru an estate sale.

In TX I can file a bonded title but would rather try and get the original one from the state of CO. .any advice ?

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Landon,

In TX I can file a bonded title but would rather try and get the original one from the state of CO. .any advice ?

Not sure what is required. I think a call to the DMV would be in order. I have purchased one older car here in Colorado and the owner signed the title over to me. I then just registered it in my name in my home county. They did want to see the car and verify the VIN when I registered it.

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In TX I can file a bonded title but would rather try and get the original one from the state of CO. .any advice ?

Try to get the title from CO and, like previously mentioned, go to the DPS office and ask in advance. I went through some interesting hoops dealing with an improperly titled `76 that I bought from Kansas (and moved it to TX). The seller did most of the work, but it required some legal maneuvering on his part before a Kansas judge allowed a clean title.

On your end, go to the DPS office, explain everything and see what they tell you. They like to hear that stuff up front.

Good luck!

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Chris, is this that car from south Arlington? I saw it a couple of weeks ago and it looked like a solid starting point.

Good luck with it.

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