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Wanted to see if anyone here can clue me in in this. So my dad past recently and we were working on building a shovel head bobber before he got sick. I would love to finish it up. From what I have been told is I have to register the frame and the motor. Not worried about the motor but the frame I know he traded some tools to a guy he used to run with in his club days. Might be all good, might not. Anyone have any experience with this or getting a frame title with no information on it?
 

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does it have a vin?? if it has a vin then you can have it inspected by a LEO iirc or if the vin is clean you could go thru vermont if its 17 years old then use that to get GA registration
 

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Ok cool. Do you happen to know how to look up the age of the frame? I know the motor is from the 80s but not much about the frame.
 

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I have put it in everything I could. Looks like its from 2004 so that's not going to work
 

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not for a few more years...you can possibly see about getting a bonded title thru an insurance company
 

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does it have a vin?? if it has a vin then you can have it inspected by a LEO iirc or if the vin is clean you could go thru vermont if its 17 years old then use that to get GA registration
Yes - that's what I've always read about people doing to get a normally "offroad only" motorcycle street-legal in GA. Or one that may not be "offroad only" and just never had a tag on it.

The best place to ask for specifics on this would be a motorcycle forum, instead of a gun forum, though. :)
 
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