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Old August 24th, 2011, 09:20 PM
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oh but you are wrong. All the hipster douches have them. I would say Horsey has skinny jeans on too but we all know he can't fit his calves in pants.
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Old August 24th, 2011, 10:59 PM
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Old August 27th, 2011, 12:18 PM
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hahaha.... I haven't been on the board in awhile and just read this entire thing... had me laughing pretty hard in spots.....

Anyway I was wondering has anyone ever considered just registering the "built/imported" defender as a kit car?

It would technically no longer be registered as a LR Defender but it would be legit. Much like extreme hot rods and I belive this is what they do for shows like Monster Garage, and Pimp my Ride.

At least here in Colorado it seems like one avenue to explore?
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Old August 27th, 2011, 12:24 PM
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Some states let you register as kit cars after an inspection but those are trucks built here not trucks imported
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Old August 27th, 2011, 12:38 PM
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Old August 27th, 2011, 01:45 PM
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Some states let you register as kit cars after an inspection but those are trucks built here not trucks imported
Ya but it's not very hard to turn any car into a kit car, state patrol inspection ($20 fee) w/form DR2365 (the form is basically a emissions thing), Colorado Assigned Vehicle Identification Number Declaration of Facts form (stating where and when you got the parts) and then apply for the new VIN number by filling out the Application for Colorado Assigned Vehicle Identification Number ($3.50 fee), then get emissions test and your on the road.

Very similar to registering a salvage title car here in CO.

I could turn my F250 into a kit car if just filled out the forms and paid the fee's.... when my salvage title 90 was registered I had to fill out the Colorado Assigned Vehicle Identification Number Declaration of Facts form and I just put a case of oil, and a new fuel cap on the form stating that was all it took to "salvage" and the CO state patrol signed off on it.

I know this process works if you have a truck without a title (but don't walk in the DMV and say "I don't have a title" but I want to register my truck)....during the process the truck will get assigned a new title as a "kit" while in fact it was never a kit (you just make it sound like one on paper)..., so it would seem a guy could import a truck and "loose" the title then just register it as a "kit"? Not sure the legality of this but I know it works and you end up with a registered truck.

just food for thought........
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Old August 27th, 2011, 02:03 PM
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Totally legal if you bring a car in pieces,

How many have brought rolling chassis ( No VIN ) sans drive train

then month later a drivetrain... put them together and register them

( some " less than others " have done the dance with pail moon and slap Series ID, but some have register them as Kit Car ), and you legally have all the paperwork of the parts used since you have imported it ( of course there are few details left out in this for protection of the innocent *LOL* )
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