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Old February 3rd, 2011, 12:29 PM
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Ah yup, that'll do it.
If anyone wants to talk to my mechanic about the truck, let me know... It was a hang up for me as well, until I had it checked out... I can understand the hesitation for sure...
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 01:07 PM
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Was this restored by a guy who had an ad for awhile on here. Something baout last new rear tub used?
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 01:08 PM
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I thought it came from that frat kid
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not sure... could you get a link to that ad if it is still on here?

------ Follow up post added February 3rd, 2011 11:09 AM ------

it did have a fraternity sticker on the bumper ... if that helps
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 01:11 PM
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Haha ok yeah that's what I thought. I just tried searching frat in For Sale-Vehicles for it, but my last post was really all that came up. At least I remember the truck now though.
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 01:13 PM
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Must have been his dad that I actually bought it from, because the guy was about my age... certainly not a college student...
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 01:23 PM
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yeah I am thinking the same truck. He had it for sale for a long time. That blows about the title. It certainly will take a certain buyer to want it.

------ Follow up post added February 3rd, 2011 10:25 AM ------

found it
http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ight=1994+blue
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yeah I am thinking the same truck. He had it for sale for a long time. That blows about the title. It certainly will take a certain buyer to want it.

------ Follow up post added February 3rd, 2011 10:25 AM ------

found it
http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...ight=1994+blue

Right on! I had never seen the pics of the repair work! that rocks!

I honestly didn't think that the salvage title was that big of deal... but apparently it is, so i apologize for not mentioning it earlier... sorry if anyone felt misled...

Also, I was able to get financing for this vehicle no problem/no questions asked in like 10 min through USAA... somebody mentioned that in the linked thread above...

Thanks for finding that thread... very cool...

------ Follow up post added February 3rd, 2011 11:55 AM ------

Just had a question about the rock sliders I put on it as well... they are Rockware sliders I believe... thanks
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 01:58 PM
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I just spent a couple of minutes searching for information on operating Salvaged vehicles in NJ (my home state). It seems that one would need to have a "salvage inspection" done:

Rebuilt Auto Titles and Other Requirements

After receiving the salvage title, you're almost ready to legally operate your rebuilt auto. But before you can, the vehicle must pass a New Jersey salvage inspection. Before making an inspection appointment, however, you'll need to gather the following:


Photos

You'll need before and after repair photos. These photos must meet the following requirements:

  • Photos must be in color.
  • Photos must be clear.
  • The vehicle must be clean and clear of debris or snow.
  • The photos cannot cut off any part of the vehicle.
  • Photo quality paper required if photos are self-printed.
  • Polaroid photos are acceptable.
  • Photos must be standard size or larger.
  • At least one photo (before and after) of the entire front and left side of the vehicle.
  • At least one photo (before and after) of the entire rear and right side of the vehicle.
If you don't have before repair photos, contact the previous owner. If no such photos exist, substitute with a damage report from your insurance company.


Bill of Sale

You will need a bill of sale for each major component* part used to rebuild or repair the vehicle. Each bill of sale must include the name and address of the buyer and seller, the date of purchase and the price of the auto part.

If new parts are used, include on the bill of sale a description of the part and the part number.

If used parts are used, include on the bill of sale:

  • The date the part was dismantled or removed, if applicable.
  • A description of the part.
  • The name and address of the person or business that removed the auto part.
  • The year, make, model, and VIN from the vehicle the part was taken from. If a VIN is not available, you must provide a statement from the seller explaining its absence.
* For clarity sake, the following are considered major components:

  • Engine
  • Transmission
  • Each fender
  • Back bumper
  • Front bumper
  • Cowl
  • Frame
  • Hood or engine cover
  • Each quarter panel
  • Each door
  • Decklid, tailgate, hatchback
  • Shock tower or apron
  • Roof
Assembled items include:

  • Front clip (cowl, frame section, shock and apron structure)
  • Rear clip (rear sheet metal, roof, frame section)
  • Short clip (rear clip without roof)
  • Nose (fenders, hood, bumper, radiator support)
Salvage Inspection Application (form OS/SS-3)

Complete this form. Mail it, along with a check or money order made payable to "NJMVC" for $200, to:

NJ MVC
225 E. State St.
P.O. Box 017
Trenton, NJ 08666-0017


----------------------------------------------follow up-------------------------------------------------------------


I have to imagine that in many other states the process would be less involved. NJ is generally on the more bureaucratic end of the spectrum. This truck sure looks nice, and as stated already it's a shame about that title.
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 02:00 PM
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No worries. I don't think anyone felt misled. I will say though this goes to my belief your hardtop was not painted alres blue. If the paint on your truck is only 4 years old. I don't think it is that faded. The hard top looks totally off.
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No worries. I don't think anyone felt misled. I will say though this goes to my belief your hardtop was not painted alres blue. If the paint on your truck is only 4 years old. I don't think it is that faded. The hard top looks totally off.
Pretty sure only the tub was repainted, as the bonnet, and the wing tops have all the signs of 15 year old paint... I wax it every couple of months, and the color comes back and matches the tub... so maybe they painted the tub to match the rest?? Who knows... You may be right though... I asked andy to paint the top Arles Blue, and that is what I got. I was going to have the rest of the truck painted to match the top... in retrospect... should have done the opposite

and HOLY SHIT... what a pain in the ASS to get a salvage vehicle in NJ!?!?! Colorado... I just went down and registered it just like any other vehicle... WOW

I am starting to get scared I am not going to be ABLE to sell this truck outside of Colorado!! Crazy laws I tell you... crazy...
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 02:10 PM
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I am sure it will sell. The price is decent but you may have to drop it unless you find a person who doesnt care at all about the title. I remember it being for sale for awhile but it obviously sold wihtout regrets by the buyer so just wait for the right person
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Yeah, NJ seems to be the exception rather than the rule. I think this will be a great buy for the right buyer. As a side note, I'll be in Denver / Parker / Breckenridge at the beginning of April and could "deliver" it back east
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I would be willing to drop the price way down if someone wants to trade parts for my 110 in the deal as well... namely, a 110 galvy 300 TDi chassis New preferably
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This thread is so long, I don't remember if I talked about the Radiator. I patched it up really well as it had some slight leaking, so not leaking right now... but I would have it recored in the next year or so...
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just PM'd you...
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AND, what seems to be a big hang up is that it IS a salvage title. When I bought the vehicle, I had my mechanic go over the whole thing top to bottom, and he said he couldn't see why it was salvaged...
Maybe it was a theft recovery.

Some insurance companies automatically 'total' a no damage theft recovery (ie: keys left in ignition-someone got in and drove it away) to mitigate the possibility of any future liability.
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Maybe it was a theft recovery.

Some insurance companies automatically 'total' a no damage theft recovery (ie: keys left in ignition-someone got in and drove it away) to mitigate the possibility of any future liability.
Has to be the damage not a theft as it looks like the frame was tweaked. At the very least enough damage for the tub to be replaced
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just PM'd you...
Just sent you the pics you requested... Thanks!
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lots of folks asking about interior shots... so here ya go
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