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    Platinum Member Platinum Member 28cigarettess's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenncal1 View Post
    This has worked in Colorado for me you would have to check with NJ.

    NJ should have a record that TN does not title trailers. Buyer would go to NJ DMV (or whoever handles trailer registration) with the bill of sale from you. It would be a good idea to use a very formal bill of sale and check with NJ to see if they require the seller's signature to be notarized. NJ would issue a VIN and title listing the trailer as a home made.

    I have done this substituting CO for NJ. Call the NJ DMV that who matters not TN.

    NJ is big on bills of sale being notarized. Get done now or you will need to later.........
    Went through it with a vintage Holsclaw trailer from NY state.

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    I can help you if you need help, PM me and we will get together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JnT View Post
    In Ga you can register a "home made " trailer and they issue you a VIN plate to attach to the trailer. TN do anything like that?
    Mississippi is the same way,home built and make the year older.

    Boost makes up for Cubic Inchs

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    Again I want to say thanks for all the advise and offers so far, and nitrousnolan I may take you up on that offer.. Today was pretty busy at the shop so we didn't get a chance to put as much time into this as we would like, but it seems the conciseness is leaning towards the "home build route"

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member antisocial's Avatar
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    I just went through this in Nj.. first you can make it a homemade but you have to show recepits on the metal and axles that u bought. then you have take pics.. then you have to go to a cert scale and weigh it and bring that to dmv. those are the major ones i think there was one more...go on the njdmv web site im shure that there is info there.. ya right. good luck

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