Join Date: May 2003
Location: Denver, Colorado
If you register your truck in one of the four counties around Denver metro, you will have to have an emissions legal inspection. It is from the year produced, but they do not check for aftermarket equipment. You can't get plates without emissions testing. Most of the minimum wage people who work at the emissions stations, only are able to read pass fail off the tailpipe test or the dyno. I have to get yearly emissions on my 57 chevy, because I run specialty plates instead of collector plates. I have my SS registered as a collector car, and only have to get emissions every five years.
aka HurdRep, Denver Dave and keeper of various 55 and 57 Chevys, , 67SS396 Convertible, , 40 Ford, 51 Mercury and a real 32 Ford three window coupe, for balance.