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Anyone have title for a bike that has been destroyed or is now a track bike or something.. im not paying some jackass over the internet in some crazy state to do this. i am going to register it as whatever title i get but i dont care what it is.. as long as its not liek some new sportbike or some shit. smaller cc the better the vin number on my bike will be gone once we powder coat the frame and stuff so who cares..
[email protected] is my email. hit me up. closer to trenton nj the better but i have paypal if you will just mail it to me.

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what type of bike? I have a buddy with a stock pile of frames and maybe he has one with a title that matches your bike.
 

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I think I have a title around somewhere for a 71 Yamaha CT-1. I won't be able to find it until Christmas. If you want it you can have it.

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Geeto, it's for his GS450, but a title from any bike of the era should be fine. The thing is torn down, frame is getting powdercoated, there's not going to be much GS stuff on the bike when we're done with it.

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I've paid some jackass on the internet three different times to get me a title...worked great.
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I would probably do it if it was something that had suzuki on it or something you know. But like Wiisass said. there isnt much left on it to mark it at as a suzuki anymore so it doesnt really matter.

thanks Ken i would appreciate you looking if you get a moment

Geeto if he has anything of the era laying around let me know. I aint trying to pay 150 for a title off the internet.

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I only paid about $75 from I.T.S.

Accurate title might come in handy when it's time to sell it....just you know...sayin.

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Why not just cut out the middleman and register it yourself in Vermont?
Or, hell. Next time you're in NH, bring the bike. I'll register it for you. It'll cost about $20 in state fees. But a cop needs to see the bike.
 

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even with no vin plates etc etc. my buddys live in derry and travel back and forth to NJ quite a bit. maybe i can have them live free or die this bitch next time they bring cars around.

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Sprint,
Just checked their website...they have increased prices since the last time I titled my two Giro bikes. Bike prices are from $100-150 depending on year.

So....if you get stuck they could be an option. But yeah, kind of expensive unless the value of the bike will warrant that kind of expenditure.

http://www.its-titles.com./

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even with no vin plates etc etc. my buddys live in derry and travel back and forth to NJ quite a bit. maybe i can have them live free or die this bitch next time they bring cars around.
For NH, get your friends to head down to the town hall and pick up a Verification of Vin form. When you bring the bike up, bring the form and the bike to the local police station. A cop will fill it out. Take form and "bill of sale" back to town hall and register it. They won't give you a title for a bike that old, but will give them a registration with the VIN on it. The registration and a bill of sale is all you need to register it in your state.
 
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