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Mine "only" took about 8 months before getting the Montana title. Texas dragged their ass another 3+ months (after my appointment) to finally issue my Texas title.Without title, this 1097R1 becomes a bit over kill for driving up to the neighborhood pool.
I live in MT and just take my SF97 to the DMV (here it is actually the Department of Justice, Motor Vehicle Division), then they send me the title in about 3 weeks!
Plus, i get to LIVE in MT!!!
In the upper right of the title, what is the Style code? Mine was OH, which is Off Highway, so that might be a problem.Update on Montana title. I received it via FedEx yesterday. Yay! Took a bit over a year since purchase.
I might have added a few weeks since I was not able to pick up truck from Yermo immediately after the EUC cleared due to travel.
Now on to the Oregon DMV. We'll see how that goes....
How are you planning on getting it licensed? It seems like "Dirt Legal" might be an (expensive) option. Has anybody used them?In the upper right of the title, what is the Style code? Mine was OH, which is Off Highway, so that might be a problem.
The thing that killed my effort was the six digit VIN. The computer choked on it, so the clerk called the State, and the person there said no on-road title in Washington.
The wheels are in motion...
I've applied for Vermont's Air Medal veterans license plate.Yes, I have the same Style code "OH". The six digit VIN is going to be a problem as well with the Oregon DMV I assume.
How are you planning on getting it licensed? It seems like "Dirt Legal" might be an (expensive) option. Has anybody used them?
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