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Can anyone run a complete CarFax report for me? by IwannaIRM
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I need a Carfax report done on my Fiero.

Trying to get it registered here in Texas and they say the car has never been in Texas. Odd, I bought it from Connell Chevrolet in Killeen, Texas in 1985.

Just trying to avoid paying the taxes and out of state move-in fees on the car.

Thanks to anyone who can help.
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Not sure what you are talking about.

I bought my fiero from Missouri, brought it here to Dallas, and you just pay blue book value on the car
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Being that the car was purchased in Texas and registered here twice already then I would be exempt from paying a $90 fee for an out of state vehicle and I would also be exempt from paying the taxes based on blue book value.

Problem is, the DMV said they couldn't find any record of my car ever being in the state of Texas.

One oddity that I found is somehow I have historical plates issued to my VIN in South Dakota. I've never lived in South Dakota so WTH?

Good thing is they said if I can prove the car was registered here then they will waive all the fees. So, I need to go through my box of license plates and provide them the old plate or find the original sales paperwork.

I'm not being cheap in regards to this, I just don't believe in paying for something that I don't need to pay for.

 
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Not sure what you are talking about.

I bought my fiero from Missouri, brought it here to Dallas, and you just pay blue book value on the car


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IwannaIRM - You have a PM
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Trivet, replied to your PM.
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Being that the car was purchased in Texas and registered here twice already then I would be exempt from paying a $90 fee for an out of state vehicle and I would also be exempt from paying the taxes based on blue book value.

Problem is, the DMV said they couldn't find any record of my car ever being in the state of Texas.

One oddity that I found is somehow I have historical plates issued to my VIN in South Dakota. I've never lived in South Dakota so WTH?

Good thing is they said if I can prove the car was registered here then they will waive all the fees. So, I need to go through my box of license plates and provide them the old plate or find the original sales paperwork.

I'm not being cheap in regards to this, I just don't believe in paying for something that I don't need to pay for.



So you are kind of like Donald trump, not paying taxes if you don't have to.

Seems smart to me, good luck
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So you are kind of like Donald trump, not paying taxes if you don't have to.

Seems smart to me, good luck


Hahaha, yes, but a much poorer version of him...lol
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I bought a Fiero that had lived it's whole lifetime with the wrong title and no one ever caught it, apparently on either car, until I tried to register it. Two identical cars had been sold at the same time and the wrong titles were issued to one another. Have you compared VIN on the title and the car?
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Sounds like my car. Somebody screwed up when I bought my Fiero in 1985 and the VIN on the ownership was slightly different than the number on the car. Never really comparing the two, I always just used the one on the ownership. Wasn't until recently that the DMV caught up with the mistake.
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Was it a red 85GT originally sold in Wisconsin?
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