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    Quote Originally Posted by ClanOGallagher View Post
    It hasn't changed just DMV sucks! Thank goodness I have a friend there
    That friend is gonna be worth his weight in gold here shortly!


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    Already is, no waiting in line get my stuff taken care of like I'm a king. It's good to have friends in high places...

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    Just to update, my friend got his title and historic plates in the mail yesterday. He went through a title agency, about $300 and no hassles. Took about a month. He has a Ď66 M35A2.


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    You do not need commercial reg before applying for historic. I took in a SF97 on a M35A3 and M931A2 and received historic reg. No weight cert required.
    M931A2
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAdams View Post
    You do not need commercial reg before applying for historic. I took in a SF97 on a M35A3 and M931A2 and received historic reg. No weight cert required.
    He didnít either, at first they wanted that but they didnít need it after all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunzy View Post
    Just another reason to move out of California. That place is sinking. JMO
    I already moved. I had enough!!!
    1972 M35A2C W/W, 1986 M105A2, 1953 M38A1, S250 Shelter. "He was old and wise, which meant tired and disappointed" T.E. Lawrence

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    Anyone hear of anyone getting their plates revoked upon renewal? They did that with dirtbikes converted to on highway in '04 when that BS law went into effect.

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    I'm looking at getting my first 5ton this weekend and I'll see how the DMV thing goes if it doesn't go well I'll go to Nevada and register it from my friends house up there. I'll let you all know how it goes as soon as I do it

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    Bingo,
    Just be sure you have whatever VIN # verified q/their paperwork......
    [Monty Python scene from "The Life of Brian"] You got sand in your Vaseline? You lucky bastard. All I got was sand. No Vaseline at all. I only wish I got some Vaseline. Even a little drop. You bloody favorite... [/Python]

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    I've had my M818 registered Historic for nearly 9 years now. I did VIN verify (REG 31) through AAA myself, then Historic plates were obtained through a titling/registration service. No issues.
    Brian McMahon, SPC, USA (Ret.)
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