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For Sale 2015 Honda Interstate
16,000 miles new front and rear tires
Runs and Rides Perfect $2500 OBO
No Title comes with Bill of Sale Clean and Clear Vin#
I just bought it in December with 15,000 miles I work out of town months at a time haven't had time to mess with getting it registered or
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the title now I'm changing jobs and moving to Montana so the bike must go cant take it with me
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The whole 'no title' thing might be an issue. It would make me hesitate. If I was you , I would have done the transfer, so I could again...
 
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I bought the bike with the promise of the guy getting me the title he fell of the face of the earth the details are in another one of my post about the title check it out
 

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In most states of you can register your motorcycle even if you purchased it without receiving a title. As long as you can prove ownership of the vehicle, the State County Treasurer's office will provide this service. You will need to fill out a couple of forms and pay the required fees.
A bill of sale may be used as the primary ownership document. A bill of sale used as an ownership document proves ownership
 

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(link to the title situation thread)

Depending on the state no title is a definite problem.

In a chainsaw forum there are a few states that require titles to register trailers, even though not all trailers are sold with titles. The Bill Of Sale was not acceptable, so the trailer couldn't legally be on the road. And these are trailers with chippers on them, not semi trailers.

I've heard similar with vehicles where barn finds come with a receipt of sale, but no title. It can be a mess.

The states say a bill of sale proves nothing, it's not a government recognized document. Anyone can sell anything whether they have the right to or not. Vehicles are regulated, so you have to follow the regs.

I'd suggest before buying the bike a person looks into what it will take to get it titled, registered, licensed, and tagged, plus get all the documentation in hand up front. It does look like a very nice bike at a very reasonable price that someone will most likely greatly enjoy.
 
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