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I suppose if the VIN doesn't specifically "say" what model a vehicle is that the DMV has no choice but to go by what the owner "thinks" the car is. These days the VIN is more specific and will split a high performance version of an economy car out for insurance purposes.
  Guy, the problem this guy has is fairly common. The Dept of Motor vehicles almost always get the year of the car right and they almost always get the make of the car right--------but--------very often they drop the ball by asking the seller what model it is . I have about 6 buddies of mine that have their kit car cobra's registered as just plain cobra's just like the real ones. I have another 3 that have fiberglass street rods that they built and they are registered as 34 Fords not Replica. Replica cars have this mistake more than not. Whatever you tell them the model is of the car they will put down as the model, and most of the time it is the sellers call. The mistake is on the title of this car and the seller that has it now is basing everything on that mistake. It is that simple. Shame on us dream crashers. We keep popping his bubble with hard cold facts.  LOL
 Ron Allyn Swartley

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