What? requiring title accountability is "an undue burden?" Hey, if the auction houses are to be believed, title accountability should be no problem, right? I mean after all, how many times have we heard auctioneers assure potential buyers about the validity/presumed originality of these cars?
Yes, in somber tones, the crier recites the liturgy of the auction... you know: "Hocus Pocus This Tribute L78 is the mostus
!" Employing flowery prose about yet ANOTHER 20 footer Chevelle in the inevitable red/blue/black/silver, they reassure the pressing and near hysterical masses that this LS-6 tribute car
is a "genuine Chevelle", restored to "original" or "near 100 points". With rapacious efficiency, these types turn phrases like "tribute car" and "stunning reproduction" in a way that would make a carney blush.
What, you say? I am being "unfair"? My words are "divisive and harsh"?
Really? If so, why pray tell did the state of Iowa unilaterally change the game "after 23 years"?
Oh, I forgot - the TITLE is the document of force, not some BS auction blather or that fake build sheet that the otherwise "prestigious expert on collectible cars" somehow missed?
that has something to do with it?
Of course, I could be way wrong. Maybe Iowa's DMV has been taken over by a real horse's butt.