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A vehicle is considered an antique if it meets the following conditions:
You will need a MVE/VIN inspection performed by the Kansas Highway Patrol. Once the inspection is complete, take the inspection form (MVE-1) and submit the inspection and bill of sale to your local County Treasurer for application.
Your vehicle no longer meets the definition of an antique. You will have to replace the parts with original or reproduction restoration parts before seeking an MVE/VIN inspection, or you may file a Quite Title action with your local District Court.
No. Only original antiques with no modifications can be titled as antiques in Kansas.
You will need to bring your trailer and appropriate documents to the nearest Kansas Highway Patrol MVE/VIN inspection station for an inspection. Required documents will vary depending on who built it, its size or weight, and its intended use. We recommend you call you nearest Kansas Highway Patrol inspection station for guidance before you make the trip.
You will have to file a Quiet Title action in your local District Court. Then bring your trailer and the final court order to the nearest Kansas Highway Patrol MVE/VIN Inspection station for an inspection.
VIN locations vary from model to model. Contact the manufacturer of your RV for assistance.
No. If a vehicle was originally manufactured for off-road/Non-highway use, it is not street legal. Only the vehicle manufacturer can change that designation.
The Kansas Highway Patrol MVE trooper or his/her assistant in your area needs to inspect the trailer. If they can find a secondary way to identify the trailer, a replacement number will be assigned.