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Dynacorn title question
« on: January 28, 2007, 05:29:31 PM »
There is a guy on Ebay selling the Dynacorn shells. He suggests that you can use a donor car for title. Isn't it illegal to do a VIN swap? Shouldn't these cars be titled as kit cars and have new titles and be titled as a 2007 or whatever year you built it in? My concern is fake cars. I know that the experts can tell the difference but what about the novice.
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Re: Dynacorn title question
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2007, 05:43:03 PM »
Exactly!  And we've all lamented that issue...  Those who know about the car will do fine, but many will be deceived.  Sadly, if the donor car (and its VIN) is a classic, then any sort of kit car can claim to be a "classic"  Many kit sites point out that title perk when they describe their car.  That's a big part of keeping aware through CRG!  Practically all the classic Euorpean cars have a kit... then there is the Cobra... and clones... Buyer beware and be aware!  ::)  ::)  ::)
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Re: Dynacorn title question
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2007, 09:31:48 PM »
See the following link where this was discussed in detail last summer:

The TV show Chop, Cut, Rebuild built a '67 Pace Car clone on their show and revealed it at Hot August Nights in Reno last August.  Link has a pretty good discussion of the question(s) you raise.
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