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Posted by Indy430, Oct 26, 2009 at 9:54 am
Its not yellow but its a "real" 6 speed.... Has yellow piping and stitching on the seats though...... 2008 LP640 ----- 6 Speed
Posted by Indy430, Oct 22, 2009 at 7:12 am
fast360 wrote
All I told you is for Ohio. Also, before you can get the title transfered you have to take the car ( out of state purchase) to a dealer for a VIN inspection, they have a form to fill out to verify the vin on the car matches the title you were given.

Indiana you have to go to a police station and have the VIN check done and signed off on. This is only for cars that have an out of state title.
Posted by Indy430, Oct 22, 2009 at 2:49 am
andrew wrote
So title, tax, and license plates all at the same time, at the DMV? Can I get Indy plates in Michigan?

No, you can only get Indy plates in Indy. You will have to visit your local BMV in South Bend and pay the sales tax, apply for title transfer, and get your new plate. In Indiana they will not let you do the above steps without proof of vehicle insurance so I suggest you start looking for that first. I went to the BMV on Tuesday for plates for the wifes new ride and it wasn't bad at all.... In and out in 10 minutes!
Posted by Indy430, Oct 16, 2009 at 7:41 am
Success!!!! Car is going to Brian in mid November to be gone through!!! Thanks for the tip Dan!!
Posted by Indy430, Oct 15, 2009 at 10:13 am
What are the performance #'s on this car with the supercharger installed? Great looking car... sad to hear you have to sell it!
Posted by Indy430, Oct 15, 2009 at 2:50 am
Thanks Dan!
Posted by Indy430, Oct 14, 2009 at 11:07 am
Looking for someone qualified and competent to work on my Callaway.... Need someone I can trust to not f*#@ it up..... Anyone here have any mechanics they like and that have a reasonable shop rate?
Posted by Indy430, Oct 13, 2009 at 10:33 am
SMS wrote
email sent.

Thanks for taking this initiative.

Sure thing Bill.... Don't know why I didn't do it earlier!
Posted by Indy430, Oct 13, 2009 at 10:26 am
Well then, in 2.5 months we can talk about your driving record
Posted by Indy430, Oct 12, 2009 at 3:05 am
OK... I will chime in here. Glad to hear that there is interest in the car club program. Let me lay a few things out. We DO NOT insure the daily drivers of the world. What we insure are classic, antique, collectible, and exotic cars. We insure the car to a agreed value which is different than your daily driver policy. We also run on mileage plans. Most cars fall within the 1000 , 3000, or 5000 mile per year plans that we offer. Some newer cars have a max of 3000 a year. Now most cars that fit in our program never see 1000 miles a year let alone 5000. Just depends on how much you want to drive it. Now I know that not all of you fit into this type of car. I know that some of you have your toy as your daily driver, and unfortunately we cannot insure that type of car. To qualify for the program you MUST BE 26 YEARS OR OLDER, and have a daily driver car. Now for a little company background. We have about 20,000 clients nationwide. The only states we do not write in are Hawaii, Alaska, and Massachusetts. We have over 1,000 agents that represent our product nationwide as well. We were started in 1992 and are still owned and operated by the founding person. Headquarters is on the North side of Indianapolis Indiana. We like to pride ourselves on customer service and attention to detail. Our employees are VERY knowledgeable on the type of cars we insure and are happy to help anytime. Anyone that is interested in a quote just shoot me an email or call.

RJ Pollak