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Ducati Superbike

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    Re: Ducati Superbike

    Quote Originally Posted by Baggey22 View Post
    Vermont won't "title" it. Vermont will register it, no problem. However, because it's more than 15 years old Vermont won't issue a new title.
    I consider a reg a title in my world. One allows me to get the other.
    I'm always wondered how deep VT looked when registering an old vehicle. Like, can you buy an old vehicle with a lien on it and register it VT in your name and basically ignore the old lien? Or if something is stolen and you try to register it in VT?

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    Re: Ducati Superbike

    Quote Originally Posted by boosten lebaron View Post
    I consider a reg a title in my world. One allows me to get the other.
    I'm always wondered how deep VT looked when registering an old vehicle. Like, can you buy an old vehicle with a lien on it and register it VT in your name and basically ignore the old lien? Or if something is stolen and you try to register it in VT?
    I can't speak to how deep VT digs, but I do know registering anything that's 15 years old or more is super easy. All you need is a bill of sale signed by the seller and buyer, VIN number, mileage, date of purchase, and purchase price.
    I can tell you that I have registered a vehicle with a bill of sale that had been written on a napkin. So take that for whatever it's worth.

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    Re: Ducati Superbike

    Quote Originally Posted by Baggey22 View Post
    I can't speak to how deep VT digs, but I do know registering anything that's 15 years old or more is super easy. All you need is a bill of sale signed by the seller and buyer, VIN number, mileage, date of purchase, and purchase price.
    I can tell you that I have registered a vehicle with a bill of sale that had been written on a napkin. So take that for whatever it's worth.
    I've done VT several times now. It's my main way of importing vehicles from Europe and Japan now. I've even done bill or sales in front of the teller and had it been accepted. That being said I've always known the history of every vehicle. I never tried one that had a broken chain of ownership or may have been a recovered theft or salvage title.

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    Re: Ducati Superbike

    Quote Originally Posted by boosten lebaron View Post
    I've done VT several times now. It's my main way of importing vehicles from Europe and Japan now. I've even done bill or sales in front of the teller and had it been accepted. That being said I've always known the history of every vehicle. I never tried one that had a broken chain of ownership or may have been a recovered theft or salvage title.
    In terms of checking if a vehicle is stolen you're supposed to do a VIN check at a police station if you're buying a vehicle from out of state.

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    Re: Ducati Superbike

    This one has been making the rounds on the Facebook the past couple day
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1222...7151075138230/

    Apparently the coolant that Ducati was using back then corrodes the shit out of the engines, so this engine is likely toast before it ever even ridden

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    Apparently the coolant that Ducati was using back then corrodes the shit out of the engines, so this engine is likely toast before it ever even ridden
    Are they shipped wet? I would think this would be in someone's living room, museum or a shop display. Can't imagine this as a daily rider or track mule.

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    Looks like he has all the street gear for it.

    https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/i...0559629781617/

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosten lebaron View Post
    Looks like he has all the street gear for it.
    https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/i...0559629781617/
    Posted on the forums - Ducati 748/852 track/race bike

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    Re: Ducati Superbike

    I hear triumph is the new Ducati. And adventure is the new super bike.

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