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Q: It is my understanding that a number of antique vehicles from the 1930's and 1940's were constructed with serial numbers (now known as Vehicle Identification Numbers (VINs)) pressed into the frame. However, it is my further understanding that these vehicles were not constructed with "public" serial numbers (or VIN's). Can such antique vehicles be sold without a public serial number/VIN?
A: A vehicle does not need a new style public VIN in order to be sold. It can be sold with its original serial number.
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