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Registration Question

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by mkobrin, Jul 15, 2005.

  1. mkobrin

    mkobrin

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    Does anyone know if a HJ61 JDM that has already been registered in Washington would be easier to register in California?
     
  2. Pluton

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    I aint no registrationologist, but I seem to recall Marv Specter telling me once that RHD is not allowed in CA unless the vehicle is really old, like about a '72 model or so. Check with the CA DMV, it's their "turf".
     
  3. expat

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  4. sportbiker929

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    should be ok if it has over 7500 miles and a diesel
     
  5. HZJ60 Guy

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    Where are you getting your info?

    No it shouldnt. It's difficult to impossible to import JDM's.
     
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    You meant 100% legally, right? 'Cause I know of at least a dozen of them quietly residing in the US, registered in various states (not CA or others that test diesels)....! ;)
     
  7. HZJ60 Guy

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    Ya Ex Im talking legally. I too know of a BJ74 running around with BJ 70 vin plates. Anybody can do that stuff. FJ60/HJ60 vins on a HJ61! FZJ80 Vins on a HDJ-81. Etc etc etc.