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I have a couple question for all of you with trucks/cars that have the VIN tags on the door/door jam rather on the dash and registering them in BC.
I have a few '70s trucks. A couple are strictly parts as I still have to send off the double registered letter to see about getting papers for them. I got one this weekend and have a signed transfer paper and the insurance paper from the PO.
On my parts trucks I noticed the door has a VIN tag and the door jam has a VIN sticker.
On my new truck there's only a tag on the door.
Do I have to have both or will the door one work?
I thought I recalled people running into problems identifying what their trucks are in the '73-79 forums as the doors plates are used for registering states side and someone swapped doors. Is it the same here in BC?
Thanks for any help.
1989 F-250 Custom, RCLB, 300 I6/ZF5, 4x4, '92+ front clip, Dana 60 SAS, 4.10 LS, 285/75r16 Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac Build (In Progress)
1979 F-150, RCLB, 302, 2" body lift, 33" Widetrack Baja AT
1975 F-150, RCLB, 351M/400
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