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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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I have a question about giving away a rolling frame to a Z-50. I got 2 of them years ago. One had a tweaked frame, the other had a seized engine. So I took 2 to make one good bike. My sons road it for awhile and then I sold the good cycle. Now we are getting rid of stuff and the old frame is one of the things to go. Since it’s got a VIN number and I’m GIVING it away... do I have to supply a bill of sale?? Anybody know for sure? Thanks. Ray

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You probably should, just to be safe, draw up the paperwork and get it notarized.

Many years ago I sold my Chevette to a guy. I signed off the title but the guy never registered it in his name. So Arizona MVD still considers it mine. Maybe it was registered in another state, but who knows?

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I appreciate the thought but since this is a giveaway I’m not too keen on spending money for a notary. Maybe just grind off the vin?

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no paperwork from the previous owner, he got it 3rd hand in a car trade, no paperwork,


I tried to contact last registered owner, letters returned undeliverable.


just now, got back from Tag Office, and have to go back tomorrow....
I have a Court Order to title it in my name, but there is an error somewhere along the way.


the vin# is xxxxxxxxEExxxxxxxx


and the court order says xxxxxxxxxxFFxxxxxxxxxx


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I appreciate the thought but since this is a giveaway Iím not too keen on spending money for a notary. Maybe just grind off the vin?
Yeah, if the frame is damaged...(unusable)...grind it.

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Just donate it for scrap value.

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If it was never registered or titled to you, you don't need to do anything.
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My thoughts were that it would be good for a child to sit in it and sort of pedal with their feet.

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I appreciate the thought but since this is a giveaway Iím not too keen on spending money for a notary. Maybe just grind off the vin?
Your local bank should notarize it for FREE. My bank does......!!
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Some libraries have free notary, just found that out 2 weeks ago myself
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