Sounds right to me, though I think that for the >25 years, unless you
buy collector places, (and pay for the next 5 years) you have to be
tested every year still.
On Wed, 19 Sep 2001 17:04:11 -0600, Larry Hoy wrote:
>David, it was good to see you again at the Conclave. Sorry we didn't spend
>more time together. I'm glad you made the trip.
>Colorado emissions are complicated and convoluted. The short version: cars
>over 25 years old only need to pass when they change ownership. Same owner
>... no emissions tests. Pre 1974 (?) cars only need to be "sniffed" no
>visual inspection. Post 73 need to pass the sniff test and have all
>equipment installed. Post 1982 have to go to the "big" emissions stations
>and are run on a dynometer and inspected for all equipment, every two
>years. All of this only applies to the "metropolitan" area, most outlying
>areas have no testing requirements.
>This may not be entirely accurate but if it is wrong maybe someone (Andrew,
>James, Bill, Al?) will fill us in.
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