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Old 06-21-2019, 05:26 PM
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Your MSO is your birth certificate. The VTR-68 steps are for those building from scratch or from aggregated body parts who have no MSO with VIN.

They should accept your MSO VIN and the photos or rubbings of the VIN plate and not require the VTR-68s. Some states do assign a VIN for assembled cars, but TX will waive that if you have an MSO. That said, I think our Dallas County members had to provide VTR-68s to satisfy their clerk.

The exclusion in your particular case is the word "If" in the two bullets above. You do not have a TX assigned VIN. You have a real MSO just like the big kids in their F-250s.

Exes: ERA #745, CAVGT #180, Kirkham KMP0268, SPF GT40P2306, '05 Ford GT #1605, Exact 008, Kirkham KMP0928
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