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Old 09-21-2016, 09:28 PM
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Other than the additional time between all the appointments, and the fact that I didn't use AAA, that's pretty much the same methodology I/we all used for our new car builds. I also had the VIN number already stamped into a frame member prior to the CHP appt., by the install shop, because I didn't want them stamping the VIN wherever they wanted to.

1. Start the registration process with the DMV.
2. Get your SB100 sequence number, issued by Sacramento. The actual certificate comes in the mail.
3. B&L inspection.
4. BAR appt.
5. CHP appt.
6. Final paperwork handed in and get license plates with stickers.

Not tough, just involves time. Thanks for the write up.
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