Re: California "Black Plate" price run-up
so this makes no sense...how does it apply to mustangs??
the newest mustang is a 65 unit, and if it applies to 63 and older, I don't get it??
besides, anyone with original black plates can still get them registered to their 60's vehicle, so I'm not understanding what this law is??
My bro just bought a 65 coupe yesterday, in cali, but out of the dmv system, sitting since 91. it's got the original black plates, and we'll be registering it with them. I know it shouldn't be a problem...
-66 mustang 5.0 custom comp cam roller, edelbrock performer heads, airgap/670 carb,holley blue pump,2005 mustang discs, t5z trans with clutch cable, 130 amp taurus alt. 1996 explorer 373 8.8 rear, open tracker roller suspension, solid adj strut rods and more
-72 maverick 302 undergoing FULL resto