Your an animal :beers: I almost fell out my chair when I saw that car down to the frame ....... AMEN brother you ROCK keep up the good workI bought a '68'vert with a title, VIN, TrimTag.
I am basically re-constructing every panel, every bolt and every weld from scratch.
I bought 95% of the replacement metal in those convertible shells, for under $2000, and welded it up myself.
When complete, I will have the car of my dreams for under $40..
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i'm in cali and checked it out. cars that do not have a vin are considered kit cars and are registered as the car they most closely resemble. those cali cobras you see are registered as 66 or so model years, even though they are serial numbered brand-new cars.How would you register one of those new dynacorn bodies? Wouldn't it be considered a 2007 vehicle. Now it would have to pass all the new smog and other laws wouldn't it?
Many states, Florida is one that is passing the needed law now, allow you to register the vehicle as the year it most closely resembles. Tag and title show as a kit car not as a Chevrolet Camaro, but it can be driven on the street and insured without a hassel. Florida does not enforce any smog laws, so that 632 Pat Mussi BBC can be driven with out an anual inspection, if that is what you would like to do.How would you register one of those new dynacorn bodies? Wouldn't it be considered a 2007 vehicle. Now it would have to pass all the new smog and other laws wouldn't it?