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Old 09-23-2013, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
2013 - 32 years = 1981. So if I bought back my old FJ40, at least I could get collector's plates again and would only need to get it emissions tested every 5 years. That's certainly better than previous for new owners of old vehicles.

I wonder: Where did they come up with 32 years? Such an odd number.
i believe the emissions regulations changed in 82. hence the stricter testing for 82 and newer at scarecare colorado stations
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