Some days it just doesn't pay to chew through the straps in the morning...
So, I have a 1974 r90s motor.
and I have a 70's era BMW factory replacement frame.
with no VIN, and no paperwork.
According to the state of texas, if I can get any authorized BMW dealer to write a note on BMW letterhead saying 'yes, this is a frame for a BMW, circa 1970s', they'll give me a VIN, and I can get a title.
So far, I've not been able to find anyone willing to do the job. Thoughts?
So, you called Alamo BMW? They said no? What was their reasoning?
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Does the engine have a VIN number on it?
Alamo made some whimpering noise about 'liability', and refused to even discuss the matter.
Yes, the motor has a nice clean vin that comes back as 'not stolen', and belonging to a 1974 r90s.
I know you already have one but you should be able to pick up a used frame with a title for 50 bucks. Could save you some headaches...
...why do you have one for fifty bucks? the cheapest one I've see is two hundred.