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    Default 1979 Mercury Capri RS 5.0 Black Rolling Chassis - $2000 (Fort Payne, Alabama)

    Nice and rot free............... Wish it was closer.......

    https://chattanooga.craigslist.org/c...521098378.html
    86 Capri, 5.0, 5Spd, A9L QH/BE, 47 lb Inj PMAS 3" MAF, Single T44 Turbo, Front Mount IC, TW170,
    Stock Cam, Explr Intake/TB, 1.7 Rockers, CF dual friction clutch, 3" DP, 2.5" full Exh, 3.27, 11.932 @ 115.78
    84 LTD, 331-10:1, TW170/Exprl Intake, 47 lbs inj/80 mm LMAF, Full Duals, Quarterhorse, Vortech 7PSI, Lentech AOD, 5 lug Mk VII brakes/rear, Eibach Sway bars, Cobra HB (dads ride, but I fix it )

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    $2000.00 and no title?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy1500 View Post
    $2000.00 and no title?
    If your state does not issue one for old vehicles, what are you going to do?
    86 Capri, 5.0, 5Spd, A9L QH/BE, 47 lb Inj PMAS 3" MAF, Single T44 Turbo, Front Mount IC, TW170,
    Stock Cam, Explr Intake/TB, 1.7 Rockers, CF dual friction clutch, 3" DP, 2.5" full Exh, 3.27, 11.932 @ 115.78
    84 LTD, 331-10:1, TW170/Exprl Intake, 47 lbs inj/80 mm LMAF, Full Duals, Quarterhorse, Vortech 7PSI, Lentech AOD, 5 lug Mk VII brakes/rear, Eibach Sway bars, Cobra HB (dads ride, but I fix it )

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    This can get really tricky and I can only comment based upon my own experiences - consult legal counsel where needed.

    The vast majority of state statutes on title and ultimately license is that the vehicle is to have both in the locality where it is primarily stored.

    What I've seen done before is store the car in the state where it was last licensed/titled. Get ownership transferred there, then transfer from there.

    A notarized bill of sale and a cooperative previous owner are mission critical in the process in nearly all cases.

    if buying a car from someone that doesn't have the car in their name, insist they get it in their name before you exchange any funds.

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