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Old 09-07-2011, 10:36 AM
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so I called DMV and I gotta get a TITLE OR SALVAGE TITLE ESTABLISHED BY SURETY BOND.

http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite...&ssbinary=true
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Old 09-07-2011, 11:05 AM
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Or track down the owner who has the title in their name and get them to sign the power of attorney to you to get the duplicate. I think that's what I did with the 66 i had

It's all a pita but I would try not to get a salvaged title and taint that baby
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Old 09-07-2011, 12:14 PM
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yeah I would not want a salvaged title for this...
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Old 09-07-2011, 04:34 PM
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yeah I would not want a salvaged title for this...
but this is what the DMV said needed to be done. I'm confused, frustrated and running out of options here. Why is the salvage title an issue? The goal is to get a title for it right? and how much does a power of attorney cost?

I found the original owner's address so I guess I will go stop by

I found this: http://www.gunnisoncounty.org/clerk_pdf/2175.pdf Is this what the original owner has to sign?
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but this is what the DMV said needed to be done. I'm confused, frustrated and running out of options here. Why is the salvage title an issue? The goal is to get a title for it right? and how much does a power of attorney cost?

I found the original owner's address so I guess I will go stop by

I found this: http://www.gunnisoncounty.org/clerk_pdf/2175.pdf Is this what the original owner has to sign?
Salvage title will cut the value below half!
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Salvage title will cut the value below half!
exactly...who did your BF buy it from? Might need to see whose name is on the registration at the DMV
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IMO the 100% right way would be to find the original owner, have them sign over the title to your ex, fill out and sign a bill of sale, etc. Then your ex would register the vehicle in his name, get a new title, and then sign that over to you with a bill of sale etc. and then when you got the new title in your name you would repeat the process with Timm

The quick way would be to find the original owner and have him sign over the title along with a bill of sale as if Timm were buying it from him directly...That would save a lot of steps and you can consider your ex and yourself as just people that stored the vehicle for the original owner all these years
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I found where the original owner lives so I was just gonna go visit him. Timm wanna go with me? It might be easier that way.
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IMO the 100% right way would be to find the original owner, have them sign over the title to your ex, fill out and sign a bill of sale, etc. ...

But would this work if there were other owner's who had a title between the original owner and now? I understood that there were other owners after the original, who had a title. The way I understand it, we need to have the last known owner who had a title sign it over. Right??

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I found where the original owner lives so I was just gonna go visit him. Timm wanna go with me? It might be easier that way.
Would love to go, but want to make sure we got to the right person!
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But would this work if there were other owner's who had a title between the original owner and now? I understood that there were other owners after the original, who had a title. The way I understand it, we need to have the last known owner who had a title sign it over. Right??



Would love to go, but want to make sure we got to the right person!
we got the right one! My ex bf told me his name and the old registrations I found in the glove compartment confirm that. Ex says he never registered it and didn't intend to register it until it was restored (no point in paying
reg. fees and taxes every year on an inoperable project). He was given
his paperwork including bill of sale. He says he gave the bill of sale to me, but if he did, I can't find it. I have everything else associated with the rig, but not that.

Ige was right...this is hell! But I'm not giving up!
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