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ScottG

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I think Texas is 25 years.

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Have them on my Dad's 72 convertible cougar here in Was too. Has to do with time, useage etc.

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ScottG wrote:

FlatBroke wrote:

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I have historical vehicle plates on my 1964 Thunderbird. You can get them when the vehicle is a certain age and falls under the usage rules required by the state (non DD, etc.).

Their great, no more yearly tabs or any other fee's what so ever.


Won’t be long until your new neighbors coming from the state a little south of you put a stop to that.


IDK, Californy still has them.

You didn't see this?

https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=2373&Year=2019&Initiative=false


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In IL the vehicle has to be 25 years old to get the plates. What's sad is my sons 1998 Mercedes Benz E430 is coming up on that. Something is wrong when cars from the mid 90's qualify for that status!!! LOL


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When does a pickup become history?
As soon as I see a 1500 or 150 embedded !!!

Oh,was you talking current ?

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Missouri has historic vehicle registration for any vehicle over 25 years old. A mileage log is supposed to be in the vehicle and it cannot be driven over 1000 miles a year. My neighbor has his 73 C-10 registered as a historic vehicle.


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That truck is like 50 years old. I think it should qualify. Model A cars are 100 years old. That's ancient history. Didn't the Egyptians drive model A s.

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Bedlam wrote:

ScottG wrote:

FlatBroke wrote:

ScottG wrote:

I have historical vehicle plates on my 1964 Thunderbird. You can get them when the vehicle is a certain age and falls under the usage rules required by the state (non DD, etc.).

Their great, no more yearly tabs or any other fee's what so ever.


Won’t be long until your new neighbors coming from the state a little south of you put a stop to that.


IDK, Californy still has them.

You didn't see this?

https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=2373&Year=2019&Initiative=false


I'm not seeing anything different from when I did mine. What am I missing?

EDIT: Are you talking about the renewing every 5 years? No, I han't seen that. That would suck but it has only been introduced so it may or may not happen.
And hopefully I'm grandfathered.

Scott

* This post was edited 01/30/20 07:57pm by ScottG *

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In Kansas it has to be 35 years old to qualify. That body style Ford was built from 67 to 72 and I had a 72 F-250 camper special with a 390ci. The factory A/C was mounted under the dash. It had two fuel tanks (and needed them) one in the cab and another under the bed. It also had two sets of disc brake calibers on each front wheel with outstanding braking. The C-6 Transmission was rugged with a full floating limited slip rear end.

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