Well, getting it registered, and getting it registered as an antique are
two different things (at least in New Hampshire). I haven't sought antique
plates on mine, so I can't speak to that.
Personally, having been borne in '62, I have problems with a '78 being
considered an antique for chrissakes.
At 10:46 PM 9/30/02, Carl French wrote:
>In NH it is 15 years, In Maine it is 1984, In Mass it is 1980. Each State
>is different and Mass RMV can be ..well,,,,, that is one of the reasons I
>left to Maine :-)
>I am hoping it can be easy but sometimes going from State to State can be
>night mare. I tried to reg a car from NH to Maine and it took a dealer
>from each state, $40 and a bottle of Johnny Walker Red Label to get it
>registerable in Maine (I am not kidding). Sometimes those DMV people can
>have zero sense of humor or flexibility.I am confident that I can get my
>answers via a couple of phone calls tomorrow. Thanks to all for the help
> Tab Julius wrote:
>I live in NH, and have a '78. I'm not looking for an antique tag, but to
>prove I own my car, if I had no title, I would just need a current
>registration and a bill of sale. If I couldn't prove that either, then a
>state police officer would have to verify the car visually. But they will
>register cars over, I think, 15 years without a title,
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