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Re: Title for a car that never had one
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Just following up on my earlier 12/23 post. I just got my PA registration today so everything processed OK and with very little difficulty for me. in summary, all I needed at the notary was 1) the notarized bill of sale signed by the previous owner, 2) the last paper work the previous owner had from his Georgia license registration, and 3) the odometer disclosure.

Posted on: 1/3 18:29
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Re: Gas tank repair
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I went the POR15 cleaner and sealer route to repair an original 58 Corvette tank with varnish, gunk and pin holes. Still holding up after about six years.

Posted on: 12/30 18:42
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Re: Title for a car that never had one
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I am in the middle of this process right now. Purchased a 1956 Thunderbird just before Thanksgiving. It was owned by an individual in Georgia which does not title old vehicles. The previous owner consigned it to a middleman in PA where I bought it. All I needed at the notary was 1) the notarized bill of sale signed by the previous owner, 2) the last paper work the previous owner had from his Georgia license registration, and 3) the odometer disclosure. The notary said they did this before and all would be good. They processed all the necessary paperwork for antique title and tags in PA and couriered everything to PA DMV. I don't have anything back yet so maybe everything blows up but so far no problems.

Posted on: 12/23 20:17
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Re: 1940-1950 PACKARD TUNE UP KIT,1803-2313 MODELS
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What is the price?

Posted on: 2021/6/28 18:47
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Re: Shipping a 51 Packard
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I used Intercity for a cross country move from CA to PA. Took a long time to get a slot on the truck at the time as most of their vehicles were tied up with the Monterey show at the time. Once lined up they were excellent.

Driver acted as my agent to exchange title and payment and the car stayed with the same husband & wife team at all times including sleep and eating times. Lots of contact along the travel routes and they even helped find a good drop off point since my location won't accommodate a tractor trailer. A little north of $1/mile but worth the peace of mind for me.

Posted on: 2021/3/12 19:25
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Re: 1940 Packard 180
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Picking up on the registry question here. How does one get a registered vehicle changed from a prior owner? Mine is listed in the registry but under the old owner's information. Any help to get it current would be appreciated.

Posted on: 2021/3/12 19:11
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