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Old 09-14-2009, 02:48 PM
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Default Effective Sept 1, 2009 - 1975 or older NO EMISSIONS!

(for 5 year plates)

Effective: September 1, 2009:

Vehicles 1975 or older can apply for collectors plates at DMV
One (1) Tail-pipe emissions test is not required
Registration is done every 5 years
If ownership changes: emissions test is not required if new owner applies for collectors plates at DMV
But if new owner applies for regular plates, emissions test & registration is required every year.

"Grandfathered" Collector Vehicles:

1976 to 1984 vehicles registered as collector vehicles before September 1 2009 If owner does not register vehicle before end of grace period, collector plates are no longer valid; therefore, owner must get the appropriate emissions test and will receive regular plates

If ownership changes:
Vehicle cannot be automatically registered as collector vehicle; must comply with emissions standards.
1984 to 1982 dyne test - 1981 & older tail-pipe test - 1975 & older no test (see above definition)
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Old 09-14-2009, 03:48 PM
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no way!!!!! The 65 will have plates this week!!
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Old 09-14-2009, 04:15 PM
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That certainaly changes my perspective if/when I get another 40
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That certainaly changes my perspective if/when I get another 40
Unless you do your own wrenching, a 40 just isn't for everyone!
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really sucks my diesel misses out. I might have to put it on a 65 frame
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Unless you do your own wrenching, a 40 just isn't for everyone!
I did all the wrenching 1977 40. Did the power steering install, front axles installed a locrite, shocks, wiring harness, DUI Dist. Write-ups are all on Mud in the FAQ. Made some mistakes along the way and learned as I went. I do most of the wrenching on my 80.

On my previous 40 (1974) , I rebuilt the engine. That's easy and not complicated, although that was a long time ago when I couldn't afford to have others do it..

I had Robbie do the headgasket on the 80. That was worth paying for. I have done just about everything else. I did have him come down and do a bunch of work on Sarah's truck before she went for college and do my rear axle since I last did it 50K miles ago and he was here.

I have owned two 40's that cover 10 years of my life, although not concurrent. With my first 40, I didn't wheel much and where I did it was like desert or just intermediate trails.

All I know about I wheeling I learned from you guys and thats quite a bit

Thanks for the faith brotha!
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http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite.../1185870965443

5 Year Collector Passenger
about: Motor vehicles that are model year 1975 or earlier
or motor vehicles with a model year 1976 or later that were registered as a collector's item prior to September 1, 2009 which are not to be used in a commercial manner. All taxes and fees shall be five times the annual taxes and fees normally assessed.

Available For: Passenger cars and trucks that do not exceed sixteen thousand pounds empty weight.

Misc. Info: Motor vehicles that were grandfathered in prior to September 1, 2009 may remain registered as a collector's item until registration is allowed to expire or upon sale or transfer of ownership.

Fees: One time fee of $50.00 for issuance or replacement, in addition to other taxes and fees.

Number of Plates Allowed: Unlimited.

http://aircarecolorado.com/index.php?cID=162

Exemptions

The following Colorado motor vehicles are exempt from emissions testing:

Newly-manufactured vehicles, for the first 4 model years, or until a change of ownership (click here for requirements regarding vehicles being brought into the program area from another state or from another part of Colorado);
Pre-1975 collector-plated vehicles
Pre-1942 horseless carriage-plated vehicles
Vehicles with a two-stroke engine manufactured prior to 1980
Vehicle registered as "kit" cars
Motorcycles
Farm-plated vehicles
Electric powered vehicles
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Did something change?
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Did something change?
I updated it with the links to the state and air care.
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The ideal model year FJ40 just became 1975....
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