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Author Topic: Registering a bike that you do not have the ownership papers for in Ontario  (Read 39561 times)

Offline DrJ

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Ask for Natalia, she'll give you all the details.

Offline barnett468

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Offline Barkingmadspeedshop

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  • Sell the many to fund the few
I am following this one I have a bike with no reg but I am not in Ont so I have sent off for a package containing the last reg owners name etc we will see how it goes
1981 SR250 cafe             1980 SR250
1971 CB100/200 Cafe      1983 XT550
1977 KZ200 Cafe             1978 CB125S       
1978 KZ200       
1978 KZ200 Hack             1990 CB125t
1977 XS650 bobber          1999 GSXR600
1978 XS650 bobber          2006 KTM450/525 SMR
1978 XS650
and a bunch of others....

Offline Bud64

  • Posts: 55
  • Always make the best of what you have!
So yesterday I had the appraiser drop over to my house and check out my bike so I can get vintage insurance. The appraiser was Jim Danniels a well-known local vintage bike restores and builder, it was a real privilege to meet the man. We spent a lot of time just talking about vintage bikes and how modding than has become more accepted. Also got a few names of contacts for future goodies for my bikeÖ
Jim liked my work and said it was tastefully do, itíll be going on the books as a 1968 Norton Mercury with a 750 motor upgrade. I will be getting the paperwork in a day or two from Jim, so Iíll be off to get her insured and on the road.
Anyone ever change the description on their ownership, from Home made 2010 to 1968 Norton Mercury as an example. Since owning the bike I have been able to find out the Make and year the bike was built (frame). The appraiser will be writing up the appraisal for a 1968 Norton Mercury so Iím hoping this will help.
I just want to have the ownership match the bike again.
Always make the best of what you have!