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STOCKHEMI
Posted 2017-01-02 8:21 AM (#530223)
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can anyone help me on getting a title for a 57 new Yorker I have the vin tag and option tag avalible fia e mail
the car is a Georgia state car which is to old for titleing through there dmv
I am out of the country wanting to ship abroad
any help would be most appreicative
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springsweptwing
Posted 2017-01-02 8:58 AM (#530226 - in reply to #530223)
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http://www.broadwaytitle.com/

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Ev's62Chrysler
Posted 2017-01-02 9:37 AM (#530232 - in reply to #530223)
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You are correct. Georgia did not issue titles until 1963, therefore, ownership papers for vehicles prior to that would consist of a registration slip. Also, any vehicle over 25 years old does not require a title in GA. I sold a 65 Mustang at Hershey without a title to someone from the UK. At the Hershey "tag office" I informed the staff as such and even provided a phone number to my local DMV. The staff member called to verify what I said was true, then filled out the necessary paperwork without issue for the buyer.

Also, GA will not issue a title to a 63 or later vehicle if the title chain has been broken. I moved from GA to Iowa years ago. The 63 Falcon I took with me, registered in GA to me, did not have a title when I bought it. Once in Iowa, they issued an Iowa title. I sold the car before we moved back to GA, but even with an Iowa title GA would not have issued a title because I hadn't had one prior to my move.

If the car is registered currently in GA, you do not need a title. All you need is the registration slip. If you feel you need a title, find a friend in another state (possibly Iowa) that would title it, then have them sell it to you. You might also contact the GA DMV directly.

Robert

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STOCKHEMI
Posted 2017-01-08 8:32 AM (#530783 - in reply to #530232)
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Robert
thankyou for your information I beleaving the car in question has no paperwork on it at all ,the seller has no recollection of any title or registration slip
I have found through another member the broadway title .com web site which I beleave will clear this problem and get a title for me
failing that I have a friend in Missouri which could help with the title so I can ship the car for registration clearance in my country
thanks again
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mikes2nd
Posted 2017-01-08 5:15 PM (#530838 - in reply to #530223)
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broadway title is shut down isn't it?

I know of other sources. Keep us updated on your progress.
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mikes2nd
Posted 2021-11-25 8:24 PM (#617165 - in reply to #530223)
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Other places replaced Broadway
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