1983 OLDS HURST 15th Anniversary

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Mazzi44

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Sep 24, 2018
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HELLO 👋🏽 MY NAME IS MAZZI
AND I MEED SOME HELP FROM MY G-BODY FAMILY
I HAVE JUST PURCHASE A 1983 olds 15th Anniversary HURST
YES THATS RIGHT I FOUND A 1-3001 HURST ...I HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS
VIN - 1g3ak4792dmxxxxxx (last six ) privacy- I CHECKED & it's says it's a HURST ( Barn find ) BILL OF SALE (only)
I called Tag agency but Car isn't Registered(Brought in ATLANTA) i called another TAG PLACE ..I was told it's a 1983 hurst ( but was told I'll have to do a T-22B (local police vin check ) But i want to Register I'm Florida where i live (HOW DO I GET MY TITLE (Also it is a CLEAR TITLE ) 60-80k original miles - MATCHING NUMBERS-Engine & Trans (car was sitting 20years
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69hurstolds

69hurstolds

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You need to talk to Florida DMV. Ensure you have a notarized bill of sale. Not sure if GA still has the "no title needed after XX years as long a notarized bill of sale by last registered owner" rule in place.

You, my friend, have a LONG LONG road ahead of you getting that baby back in shape.
 
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Mazzi44

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Sep 24, 2018
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You need to talk to Florida DMV. Ensure you have a notarized bill of sale. Not sure if GA still has the "no title needed after XX years as long a notarized bill of sale by last registered owner" rule in place.

You, my friend, have a LONG LONG road ahead of you getting that baby back in shape.
Thanks a lot bro
 
69hurstolds

69hurstolds

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Jan 2, 2006
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I'd check those floorboards and frame for severe rust issues too. That long snake looking thing is your secondary T-top seal and it's definitely seen better days. Got a feeling the main T-top seals are shot too. The console area has seen plenty of water due to the rust in the ashtray.

Again, if you're titling/registering it in Florida, you have to follow Florida DMV rules on bringing a car in from out of state as it were. Now, without the title in hand because it was a bill of sale only, how do you know it's a clear title? I'm always a little hesitant of those no title sales. Could turn out fine, could turn into a nightmare. Good luck with that. That should be your #1 job before doing any work to that car. Make sure you can get a title for it first.
 
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JAMCAR223

JAMCAR223

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Jun 6, 2014
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Nice find, but I hope you paid according to the condition of the car. The car will cost you HUNDREDS to title, and THOUSANDS to bring it back to life. Good luck. I have a friend that owns a 1983 H/O.
 
lilbowtie

lilbowtie

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Jan 7, 2006
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Nice find - hope you didn't pay a lot , as said for what you posted it looks pretty rough and going to take some deep pockets to bring it back to it's glory. Another negative is they didn't come with the 8.5 rear.
Good luck and do it right.
 
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Mazzi44

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Sep 24, 2018
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Please don't

Don't know where in FL you are, but if near Green Cove dragstrip, see if you can find Dr. Dan racing his black 83. He can get you a mean 403 together for cheap and put you in daily driven, 11 second territory.

No way I'm i swapping my Original mileage 83 hurst - Classic is to remain STOCK
 
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