On Fri, 15 Nov 1996 00:02:12 -0500 "Todd Paisley" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>The paperwork trail from the DRMO to you is double duty as it helps
>>prove the vehicles were mutilated to satisfy the DRMO/DoD and they
>>help you in titleing. Actualy, the titleing is rather simple even if
>>have to go a roundabout way such as the Alabama or Arkansa route.
>So, when you buy a M151, even though they were "destroying,
>multilating, etc." so it cannot (in theory) be used, the DRMO still
>considers it a vehicle? Very interesting. (I always thought you
>were buying scrap metal, not a vehicle...) Has anyone gone through
>this process before? I'll try getting a serial number off one of
>the M151A2s I want to buy and see how far I can get by using the
>DRMS to provide me with the proper paperwork certifying that the
>vehicle was destroyed and a copy of the paperwork certifying that
>the scrap metal that was once the M151 was legally sold. If they
>are going to all the trouble of keeping track of what serial numbers
>are removed from service, then that information has to be somewhere.
>I'll keep you posted on whether I am sucessful.