From:colawnguy Electronic:colawnguy -A- gmail.com
Subject:RE: RE: Obtaining Titles for Old Bikes Date:Fri Feb 25 20:53:07 2011
Response to:15345
Rocky: Are you saying that the PA DMV would not issue a new
title because you don't have the original in hand? If so,
how are you supposed to obtain a "new" title???
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You are one lucky Dude. Having any old PA Motorcycle Title.
Because last year, I tired to get a PA Motorcycle Title re-
issued. Having only Old Registration Cards.
The PA DMV says they Lost All Old Motorcycle Records in
their building fire back in the 1990's.
Unless you have an Old Title in-hand or it's currently
registered, you are out of luck in PA.
Ride'm
Rocky

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Just for everyone's information. I have recently obtained a
new COLORADO title for my 53ST that was originally titled by
my father in PA. in 1966. The process was relatively
simple,
because I already had a PA. title in my name. (Dad gave me
the bike before he died in 1980). But the title had
incorrect
information on it. I had to take the bike to a designated
CO.
State Trooper for an official "VIN Inspection." The trooper
filled out the appropriate form with the corrected
information, including an explanation. I then took this
form
and the PA title to the county DMV and filed for my new
title.
I now have a current COLORADO title for the bike that I rode
as a teenager in the late 60's.