Hey, I don't agree with the policy. Just trying to CYA !
Jim Sheats - Frederick, Maryland
PC/LAN Engineer 3
WFSC - RCS
> -----Original Message-----
> From: RBHouston@aol.com [SMTP:RBHouston@aol.com]
> Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2000 12:34 PM
> To: James.Sheats@WellsFargo.COM; firstname.lastname@example.org;
> Subject: Re: white stock bugeye photos wanted
> In a message dated 10/05/2000 6:54:23 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> James.Sheats@mortgage.wellsFargo.COM writes:
> << Sounds like insurance fraud. >>
> Why?....this is just playing the game with beaurocrats that can't be
> flexible. Makes me glad I live in New Mexico, where things are less
> regulated and enforced even less.
> I didn't see chuck even mention insurance....which is a whole nuther
> How much is a bug-eye worth..two for $100 or $15,000 each?
> MY guess is any "modified" vehicle cannot qualify as an "antique"
> of it's age in PA. A law written by someone who knows nothing about cars
> I gave chuck a hard time too, but let's not let it get out of hand.
> As far as the title swapping Drew's friend wants to do, sometimes you get
> caught in a catch 22 and it's just easier to move somewhat around the
> of the law than to try and convence a clerk with a narrow mind that you
> innocently trying to fix a problem.
> I do not for a minute think Drew's friend stole a bug-eye and is attemping
> conceal it. But if you've been messing with cars for any time at all,
> know bodies, tubs, conglerations of parts, and sometimes whole cars come
> where it can be difficult, expensive, or down right impossible to come up
> with a clear title.
> In the old days, these usually were sold for parts only, but sometimes
> are creative.
> Nuff said...any more and I may incriminate myself, and I don't have enough
> soap on a rope to make it through a jail term.