I’ve had personal experience with this on a 300G. I requested the build records from Gil Cunningham, and with those linking the SO number to the VIN number, the CHP officer that inspected the car verified the match and the registration went though. The records prove the car body matches the VIN.
Good luck. Do not tell them how to do their job, Just submit your documents and pray the inspector is having a good day. I was a state of Colorado VIN inspector for 35 years. It is not just a state inspection it’s federal. Inspectors have access to information between all the entities, trying to eliminate fraud and theft. Falsified documents gets your vehicle seized and destroyed. Rick
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Do we have a printed discussion and/or photos of what the CAL Highway Patrol will want to see when Angad and I take his car for a verification they will grant us an interview? Maybe some chat from the FSM?
We have a most impressive stack of paid invoices from 1961 to the present but the car was not registered anywhere past 2006 so CA wants to be sure it is what we say it is.
A local Newark CA police friend came to try to help but was uncertain what those two rusty holes on each side of the plate meant. He would have been happier with rosettes or something less untidy.
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