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jimahern
    
How do you register a 34 Ford in Oklahoma if it has no VIN # because the frame has been replaced?
The original VIN# was on the frame near the motor. The car has a good Texas title as a 34 ford with a VIN #. I have been told that you just engrave the vin # on a plate and then rivit the plate to the frame near the motor or to the firewall near the steering column. I have also been told that i could just engrave or stamp the VIN# directly on to the firewall near the steering column. Can anyone help me with a reference to Oklahoma rule or regulations that confirm that one or both or these methods is acceptable to the Oklahoma DMV ?
posted: July 16, 2010
 
    
 
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doording
    
Have you contacted your DMV to see what their policies are. They might even have information on their website. You can also try the state patrol or sheriff's office to see if they might be able to offer some help.
posted:  July 16, 2010
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