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|02-18-2012, 12:19 PM||#1|
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I bought a motorcycle trailer from a forum member here a while back, and went to have it registered recently and it came back stolen... (according to the DMV)
I have no reason to distrust the seller, he gave me the certificate of origin for the trailer, i've ridden with and hung out with him before and he's a very up and up guy, but I figured I'd see if someone could check the VIN here and see if they get the same thing (my guess is the DMV chica couldn't type, I just can't imagine him selling me a stolen trailer)
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