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    Quote Originally Posted by T0rque View Post
    I found a lot for less than 10,000...
    Okay so I admit I did use some exaggeration in my previous post. I also found them below 10k but, they were cars I would never consider buying. I have to remember not everyone has the same wants/needs that I do.
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    I keep finding good deals on cars in oregon,, but i was wondering how hard it'd be to get the car here & make it drivable (legally).. So switching titles, and plates, etc etc..

    But this one ive been looking at, i think its pretty nice (:
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    i think it is yellow, they just took some ****ty pics of it.. idk.. but it does have some yellowish hints if you look closely.... maybe not. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkatingStoner View Post
    I keep finding good deals on cars in oregon,, but i was wondering how hard it'd be to get the car here & make it drivable (legally).. So switching titles, and plates, etc etc..

    But this one ive been looking at, i think its pretty nice (:
    2002 subaru wrx

    ooooh... i like this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie-mondo View Post
    ooooh... i like this one.
    I know... I've been eyeing that one.... But its in oregon I'm in washington how hard would it be to transfer titles, get it registered in WA and everything for insurance and it to be good here

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    its really not that hard at all... just like buying from your own state, i would imagine... Not sure about your dmv laws or what not, but here, you just buy the car, take the out of state title with sellers signature and buyers(your) signature to your local dmv and give it to them, they will do whatever needs to be done to get it transferred to your state, and your name and what not.... you may have to pay the taxes due on said vehicle while your at the dmv. and what ever fees are due for registration and license plates. Here registration and plates usually dont cost more than like 40 or 50 bux.

    Just call your local dmv and ask. tell them your looking at a car to buy out of state, and ask what would need to be done to get all that taken care of. as for insurance, all they need is your cars vin number and they can get you started. its usually a good idea to make sure you get insurance taken care of before you drive away with the vehicle. and, if your buying from a dealer, they will usaully require this before you can take it from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie-mondo View Post
    its really not that hard at all... just like buying from your own state, i would imagine... Not sure about your dmv laws or what not, but here, you just buy the car, take the out of state title with sellers signature and buyers(your) signature to your local dmv and give it to them, they will do whatever needs to be done to get it transferred to your state, and your name and what not.... you may have to pay the taxes due on said vehicle while your at the dmv. and what ever fees are due for registration and license plates. Here registration and plates usually dont cost more than like 40 or 50 bux.

    Just call your local dmv and ask. tell them your looking at a car to buy out of state, and ask what would need to be done to get all that taken care of. as for insurance, all they need is your cars vin number and they can get you started. its usually a good idea to make sure you get insurance taken care of before you drive away with the vehicle. and, if your buying from a dealer, they will usaully require this before you can take it from them.
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