If you have a currently valid out-of-state title you can use that to register
the car in Missouri. With a MO title you can get the historic license Dave
mentioned. As long as your out-of-state paperwork is correct you may not
have to have the law enforcement or inspection station check the vin number.
In fact if the car is not driving you don't necessarily need the license as
long as you don't keep it outside against some local ordinances. But since
it is so cheap to license a classic car in MO, it is probably easier to do it
when you first move and register the car, than to wait till later.
St. Louis, MO
In a message dated 12/10/99 10:44:20 AM Central Standard Time,
that's good..cause even tho i do have a complete car, it seems to all be in
various boxes right now. :)
--- David Massey <email@example.com> wrote:
> Message text written by larry hooven
> Well it looks like NE is a dead horse...sorry brad, wish i could come and
> but it also now looks like MO is a good candidate for a new job...so the
> question goes to MO listers or listers recently from MO, as to what the
> are regarding inspections, having a half assembled car, etc...any
> as to what is required, state taxes, etc that can be put along would be
> If your car is over 25 years old you can get Historic plates for your car
> with out a safety inspection or an emissions inspection. You will need
> 1) Proof of insurance
> 2) IDOD (Certification of the car vin number and odometer reading) This
> cert must be performed by a law enforcement officer or a licensed vehicle
> 3) Title.
> 4) $25
> That's all.
> A typical law enforcement officer will want to see a complete car but a
> licensed inspector (the gas station guy licensed to inspect cars) may be
> willing to look at your collection of parts and determine that you have a
> complete car.
> Dave Massey
> St. Louis, MO >>