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modmechanic Brian B
Austin, Texas, USA   USA
Anyone have much luck with this process with a grey market? I have a 60's bike I need to title and live in Texas.....pain in the rear or just a matter of time and money?

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dudley1972 Jason C
Gillingham, Kent, UK   GBR
1962 Vespa VBB Standard 150 "Maria"
1963 Lambretta Li 150 Series 2 "Rallymaster"
Texas Chainless ratteler!

ram151 Allen Moore
Dickinson, Texas, USA   USA
1964 Vespa VNB 125 "Ike"
Have you been able to get your title? I am located in Texas and have used the bonded title process. I used somebody that is located in Lumberton, tx. She use to work for the Texas DMV and did mine for about $200 which gave me a title that I can register my scooter with.
Let me know and I will get her contact info for you.

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RallyNut Dwight Schmidt
Lake Forest, California, USA   USA
Vermont all the way. Easy to get a plate and then go after your title after you have the scooter registered in your name. I just registered a Rally in Vermont and will apply for in-state plates in a few months (CA) and look into title as well.

Vermont DMV FTW.

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