Too bad, I see lots of great parts. Good seats and door panels, steering wheel, etc. Those are irreplaceable for someone keeping a car stock.
Ive run into title issues in Ohio many times. You have a signed title, but is the buyer (you) listed as the new owner or did the original owner just sign in the seller blank ? If he just signed it, but left the rest blank...AND ITS NOTORIZED, its no problem. If your listed on it, you have to change it to your name at DMV and pay for all the unregistered years since it was signed and notarized before you can sign it over to anyone else. If its NOT notarized, its worthless paper. If anyone gets the car and dont have the title with their name on it, a junkyard will not take it (ohio anyway). I bought a 1959 car in 1970 and had to pay 11 years of registration before I could register it in my name because it had been abandoned on a farm. That cost more than I paid for the car. I even took a letter to the DMV stating the car had been disabled for those 11 years with a broken engine. Guy next door had 2 Mustangs he stripped but had no titles. He got them both for parts. Yards would not take them and he couldnt sell them. Sat out here for 2 years. City finally started ticketing them. He ended up taking them on a trailer out into the boonies somewhere off a country road and dumped them in a ditch/field.
[This message has been edited by rogergarrison (edited 01-11-2017).]