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handydude
    
i inherited a few cars that have been sitting in the same place for 20-30yr no title what can i do?
some are in ruff shape, some would make great projects. STUDEBAKER TRUCK, MID 50S OLDS, BELAIR, 4DR CHEVY SEDAN, RANCHWANGON, 4DR FORD SEDAN, etc. if you have any suggestions, let me know.
posted: August 10, 2010
 
    
 
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23dodges10
    
check with your local dmv. Some states are more people friendly than others.
posted:  August 10, 2010
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korben
    
You could start by giving me that oldsmobile :)

You will have to file for a lost title for the cars, sitting that long chances are that you will just need an affidavit from the person you got them from. Some states require you to post a public notice before you can claim ownership.
posted:  August 13, 2010
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overthehill
    
check with your local tag office and be polite - they can tell you the process to go through --- in Georgia any vehicle so old it does NOT need a title can be sold with a simple piece of paper that has sold to and by written on it after witch you have to get a form and have an officer stand by it and run the vehicle identification to make sure it's not stolen after witch they sign off on it and you take the form to the tag office and pay your tag and tax fees.
sources: from personal experience
posted:  November 7, 2010
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