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Fortunately I still have my import paperwork from bringing it back from the UK in '78 and Nevada will issue me a title based on that and an inspection of the VIN on the car.
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If it were me, I would seek out the smartest person in your area that does this for a living and also comes to the house. Go to collector car companies and find out who they use. You'll find them....may take a little hunting.
I found our guy by asking the big boat owners who they used.
There is a difference between these businesses that register cars. Some are "on it" others not so much.
Here in San Diego there is a guy that comes to the house and is state certified as a California state Vin inspector.
It is a darn site cheaper to have him here as to going to the DMV.
Pay the extra for the service.........for your piece of mind.
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