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    I agree with Lynn, you're basically selling a bunch of used parts, even if they may still be "new". Draw up a Bill of Sale, listing what you're selling, and provide the buyer with your "package" of receipts, certificates and paperwork to document your ownership. Lynn's advice to check with an attorney is good, but the buyer is really the one who will have to deal with any legal tangles when he finishes the car and goes to get it registered. Your Bill of Sale should reference that the "car" is a reproduction (IMO), not a 1932 Ford, or you may risk it coming back on you for mis-representation when the buyer goes to title it, and tries to say it's a 1932 antique. Georgia may not be as picky as some other states.
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    You really should finish it and get it titled / registered. You'll lose a lot of value otherwise.

    Besides, you're so close to the finish line to give up now... LOL..
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    As the pool of folks interested in this kind of car shrinks it's getting harder to sell them................ESPECIALLY projects. A lot of guys who'd be in the cadre that desire something like this don't buy green bananas anymore. With that injection of sunshine, and taking the above suggestions I'll add that you need to make the package as easy on the buyer as you can to remove aa much negative thinking the buyer might have. Taking over someone else's project is daunting enough, complicating it with ownership/titling issues just makes it more unappealing.
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