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Old 07-31-2019, 09:21 PM   #21
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Default Re: Michigan classic car laws help ?

my 1930 "A" came with a left tail & brake light. the type of way the car is registered here in Texas, bot the way it is insured is how it can be driven. if it has classic plates and is registered as a classic then it can only be driven to car shows or parades. i have my "A" registered as a normal vehicle, (not classic or antique) and have YOM license plates on it and that allows me to drive it normally any time, any where. i do have Grundy classic insurance on it for damage or replacement value.
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Old 07-31-2019, 09:21 PM   #22
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It's strange really. I'd guess most classic car guys and old car dudes, drive their cars 100% to road rules. We are so protective of our cars. We worry more about the other drivers that don't. I rarely drive when it rains. Ya save the comments. It's not a trailer queen. I am very pro police too.



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