Need some advice (legal?) regarding car title

passat TS passat_ts at
Wed Apr 2 20:58:33 EST 2003

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Check with your state's DMV. Some states will titled a vehicle if you provide
the correct documentation showing that you bought the car. This is done in
good faith.

On, the tough note, you have grounds for mail fraud against the seller if you
mailed him the title. Tell him that you won't have any other alternative than file
a complaint with the postmaster. It worked for me in the past.

Good luck,

>From: "randy paquette"
>To: quattro at
>Subject: Need some advice (legal?) regarding car title
>Date: Wed, 02 Apr 2003 14:51:57 -0500
>Hey everyone -
>I recently (3 months ago) purchased an Audi with the intent of
>fixing it up
>and giving it to my nephew for graduation. Well, the "dealer" tht I
>got it
>from had the title but since all of the tranfer of onwership
>sections had
>been filled out (the car had been through a few dealerships) he said
>would get the car titled in his name since it was transferred to him
>then re-transfer it to me. The problem is that he has had it
>re-titled in
>his name but won't get off his butt to mail it to me - I've been
>calling and
>emailing him for 7 weeks now with no results. I have to face the
>that I may never get it which is quit a shame since I have the car
>Looking for opinions from folks that may have dealt with this.
>Also, maybe
>there is a lister who lives in a state that would want it that
>require a title on a 1988 vintage vehicle.
>Any folks interested in it for parts, etc. Its a black 1988 90Q 92K
>that runs but still needs some work../.
>Thanks in advance all!
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