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How old does my truck have to be before I can get an antique tag?

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asked Nov 19, 2012 in Trucks by anonymous
   

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An engine vehicle, not a proliferation thereof, produced no less than 15 years earlier 
to the current year, which has been administered in or restored to a condition, which is considerably in similarity with maker determinations and presence. Any exemplary engine vehicle enrolled under Segment 1340 (identifying with obsolescent, exemplary and collectible plates) on the compelling date of the change to this definition, which neglects to qualify as an excellent engine vehicle compliant with these procurement's may hold such exemplary enlistment unless an alternate kind of enrollment is requisitioned and issued for the vehicle.

 

answered Jul 23, 2013 by njones Inquisitive Expert (74,540 points)

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