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Question DetailsAsked on 10/30/2017

How to get rid of a 1970 California Camper.

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Hello BLW,

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On the trailer which you might not have title to - that could legally be a problem because generally junkyards and scrap metal places have to have legal ownership of vehicles (including licensed or licensable trailers) before they can legally scrap them, to minimize the incidence of chop shopping. You might have to post a bond for its value with the DMV to get title to it if you do not know who the prior owner was and get the title signed over by them to you. If it was originally yours should not be a major trouble getting a replacement title for it, unless maybe if it was registered in another state from where you now live and they will not do that by mail. I know some states will send a formal duplicate title request through channels (for a fee of course) for people trying to reconstruct an out-of-state title they have lost. Will not try to trace back to prior owners generally, but if it was registeread to you generally will.


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