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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 01:36 AM Thread Starter
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1967 k code fastback parts

Any interest in fender aprons, door tag, build sheet for a 1967 k code fastback?
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Do you have a title to go with those other parts?
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Sayyyyyyyyyyyyyyy newbie, why not post the vin number so we can all know about a rebadged k code fastback down the line. This is why it is so important when you get into specialty car money to check ALL the stamped date codes on these cars to see if things match up to the build date of the vin... this type of b.s. has become more prevalent as these types of hulks are found and cannibalized. A shame knowing that the real car could probably have been restored by a competent enthusiast vs this kind of shenanigan. No, I'm not interested, but, I am interested in where the rest of the car is.
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Please PM the full VIN number to me and I'll make up my mind soon as possible.

Move along. Nothing to see here.
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Any interest in fender aprons, door tag, build sheet for a 1967 k code fastback?
You are probably looking at $5,000+ on eBay.

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Yeah- this has bad written all over it. So tell us a little about yourself- and location. Heck I wanna see pics too- If you are legit- you could see why we are all very concerned and would likely want to be aware of the VIN- and what is gonna happen with your parts. Our hobby needs NO more fakes and duplicate cars- We do want to see more cars saved- but this is prime for a fake shelby. Show yourself- so we may know your intent here- we welcome you as a new member so "welcome"- we are friendly- but...........we don't do scammer. So forgive me for being rude or abrupt- but help us believe you are geniunely "saving " good parts
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Heck, there's probably more than enough information collected....IP address and such....for law enforcement to find him.

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Maybe we can write to him in whatever FEDERAL prison he will be sitting in.

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Methinks the OP has been scared off. One of the seven replies did not have a suspicious tone to it.

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Maybe we can write to him in whatever FEDERAL prison he will be sitting in.
Simply offering those parts is not a crime. In many places rebodying a car is not illegal as long as it is disclosed.

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It's amazing noone got that handle before him!
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Simply offering those parts is not a crime. In many places rebodying a car is not illegal as long as it is disclosed.
a. The act of selling a detached VIN, along with the matching Certificate of Title COULD be construed as Conspiracy to commit fraud and both buyer and seller could face prosecution. In fact, removing the legal VIN from a vehicle IS a Federal crime under Title 18...

Section 511(a) of Title 18 makes it a felony knowingly to remove, obliterate, tamper with, or alter an identification number for a road motor vehicle or a road motor vehicle part. Section 511(b) of Title 18 creates exceptions for certain persons who engage in lawful conduct that may result in removal or alteration of an identification number.

b. If the subsequent transaction involved the Internet, Postal Service or a package delivery service (UPS/FedEx etc.) it could also be considered mail fraud.

There is no other reason to sell component parts containing the VIN as well as the matching Certificate of Title. If the vehicle was scrapped, the Title should have been surrendered to that State's DMV/Registry/Bureau, etc., and if the vehicle is subsequently re-registered it would be with a branded Title, usually "Salvage".

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