§ 19.2a. Certificate of title to designate type of vehicle.
The certificate of title issued for every specially constructed vehicle and reconstructed vehicle, as defined in 75 Pa.C.S. (relating to the Vehicle Code) and § 19.2 (relating to definitions), shall clearly describe the vehicles by type as follows:
(1) The certificate of title for every specially constructed vehicle as defined in § 19.2 shall describe the make of vehicles as specially constructed.
(2) The certificate of title for every reconstructed vehicle as defined in § 19.2 shall describe the vehicle by its original make or trade name but shall be coded to designate it as a reconstructed vehicle except when a vehicle is reconstructed by installation of a glider kit of a different make from the original vehicle. In this case the description of the vehicle shall indicate the make of the glider kit and include a glider kit designation. The title shall also be coded to designate it as a reconstructed vehicle. In the case of a street rod, the title shall be coded to designate it as both a street rod and a reconstructed vehicle.
The provisions of this § 19.2a adopted June 28, 1991, effective June 29, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 2896.
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