99 cent special, a CB/CM400 build

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Alan F.:
Kind of bass-ackwards I realize, but I'm going throught the process of getting my paperwork in order to make this bike legal in MA.

Here's the story, I have a bill of sale.  I have the previous registration. 

I found this https://secure.rmv.state.ma.us/TitleLookup/titleLookup.aspx
where you can enter either the title# or vin# and it'll give you:VIN#, Title#, Title Type,Title Brand, Title Issue Date and Title Mailed To:

It won't give out anyone's personal information, but if you've got the reg. or title, you've already got an address.

This is a simple way to check a vin# of any bike you're looking at buying.
I just tried it on my phone and the page is mobile friendly.
Alan

knowsnothing:
Hey Alan,

I also used that for the parts bike.  I filled out as much info as possible sent them like $5.. The sent me a printout that included who is was registered/titled to, when it was registered and some other info.  This led to me tracking down the last titled owner with whom i got in contact with, which then lead to him finding the old title and sending it to me.  If i remember correctly, it took a week or 2 after i put it in the mail to get the info back. 

Alan F.:
Was this the form you used? http://www.mass.gov/rmv/forms/21087.pdf

I might just look him up using 411 and make a few cold calls. Maybe I'll get lucky?
Alan

Alan F.:
found some free time to degrease the drive chain this afternoon. If there was one thing the PO could do it was load on the chain lube, this chain is in decent shape surprisingly and its even an RK brand. All 102 links are free but not loose, it'll work just fine.

knowsnothing:
Quote from: Alan F. on September 04, 2010, 10:58:30 AM

Was this the form you used? http://www.mass.gov/rmv/forms/21087.pdf

I might just look him up using 411 and make a few cold calls. Maybe I'll get lucky?
Alan


yup that is the one. 

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