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67 Pa. Code § 19.3. Application for title for reconstructed vehicles or specially constructed vehicles.

§ 19.3. Application for title for reconstructed vehicles or specially constructed vehicles.

 (a)  Forms. The owner of a vehicle which has been reconstructed or specially constructed shall apply for a certificate of title on the appropriate form furnished by the Department.

 (b)  Supplemental documents to application for title. The application shall be accompanied by:

   (1)  Outstanding certificates of title, manufacturer’s certificates of origin or certificates of salvage (junk), issued for vehicles, the parts of which were used in the construction of the vehicle, if the vehicles are no longer operable or able to be registered; or bills of sale for the major components of the vehicle for which no other proof of ownership is available.

   (2)  Departmental Form, ‘‘Report of Investigation of Specially Constructed or Reconstructed Vehicle or Street Rod’’, properly completed by an official inspection station mechanic and the applicant. This paragraph does not apply to a vehicle exempt from inspection under 75 Pa.C.S. §  4703(b) (relating to operation of vehicle without official certificate of inspection).

   (3)  The proper sales and use tax form.

   (4)  The necessary title and registration fees.

   (5)  Three photographs, one each of the front, rear and side of the vehicle except for a motor home, in which case, one exterior and two interior photographs shall be required. Photographs shall be signed and dated by the examining inspection mechanic. The requirement to submit photographs is waived for a vehicle reconstructed by installation of a glider kit.

Source

   The provisions of this §  19.3 adopted August 19, 1977, effective August 20, 1977, 7 Pa.B. 2361; amended June 28, 1991, effective June 29, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 2896. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (90193) to (90194).

Cross References

   This section cited in 67 Pa. Code §  19.4 (relating to subsequent material alterations.)



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