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Old 01-17-2004, 01:04 AM   #1
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Hey everyone, i was curious of how a person would be able to trade cars with another person--so i started this thread in hopes that i would be enlightened. I'd like to know what's the process, documents needed, and/or fees involved.

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Old 01-17-2004, 01:46 AM   #2
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lol no documents or process, just sign the titles over to each other and get the title put into your name, get some plates and TADA. When the title office asks how much you paid for the car. Say it was a gift or say you bought it for a dollar so ya dont gotta worry about uncle sam. But you have to have the person signing over the title put the amount i think on there. So as long as hes cool your straight
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I trade my D16z6 hatch for a B20B/GSR Hatch.......yeah...I rock....
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lol no documents or process, just sign the titles over to each other and get the title put into your name, get some plates and TADA. When the title office asks how much you paid for the car. Say it was a gift or say you bought it for a dollar so ya dont gotta worry about uncle sam. But you have to have the person signing over the title put the amount i think on there. So as long as hes cool your straight
so basically hand over titles, sign it, date it, & do everything u should if you were to sell it. i'm not following you on the part where you said to "get some plates". you would figure that by trading or even buying a used car it would already have come with plates
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whoa buddy, you've been on this site here for 147 days & you've already acquired 400+ posts? talk about a Honda-Tech.com Addict eh?


anyone else have input on this trade idea? maybe be a bit more specific--it's still sorta iffy to me. thanks.
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whoa buddy, you've been on this site here for 147 days & you've already acquired 400+ posts? talk about a Honda-Tech.com Addict eh?


anyone else have input on this trade idea? maybe be a bit more specific--it's still sorta iffy to me. thanks.
Its like swapping titles...basically. Its just like buying a new car...but you're trading...if that makes sense.
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no documents, fees, or process. alright got it

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If you are bringing it from one state to the other you might have to pay tax and you do have to pay tax on whatever the other guy puts down for what he sold it for. Other than that and an inspection you don't have to pay much.
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If the car still holds NADA value, dont put $1 on the for sale price. The tax dept will send you paperwork on how much u got it for and will want the sellers signature, etc. If you can still find the seller,then go ahead but if not, you will end up paying full sales tax.
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its a simple title transfer. $15 bucks a piece if you both keep the plates. +$10 for new plates. and say its a gift. your done...and if you have AAA do everything there shorter lines
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