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Old 12-05-2010, 07:46 PM   #1
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Sleeping beauty is legal!!!

I finally received paperwork from the Oklahoma City DMV. Took it down to my local DMV to get her registered, no problems. Reminder, this trailer had no paperwork, not even a title. The DMV inspector will then check my serial # on the trailer, verify and then hand over my new title. Whewwww!! What a relief!!
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Well always good to see that some problems are easier then others
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Wonderful news, Keep up thr good work.
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I love reading about your progress and looking at the pictures. Keep it up. Sometimes it is hard to stay focused on the project when there is so much to do. Keep plugging away. We'll keep reading.
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Get it set to go camping next spring.....maybe not quiet finished, but usable.

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I love reading about your progress and looking at the pictures. Keep it up. Sometimes it is hard to stay focused on the project when there is so much to do. Keep plugging away. We'll keep reading.
This is true! Often times when I walk in I wonder, "Have I lost my marbles?" Patience is definitley the key here and I truly appreciate everyones support and ideas.
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