I purchased an antique vehicle on a bill of sale. How do I get a title for it?

A vehicle is considered an antique if it meets the following conditions:

  • The vehicle is 35 or more years old
  • is in "original' or restored to original condition
  • and has no modifications such as:
    • aftermarket wheels
    • intake headers
    • intakes, etc.

You will need a MVE/VIN inspection performed by the Kansas Highway Patrol.  Once the inspection is complete, take the inspection form (MVE-1) and submit the inspection and bill of sale to your local County Treasurer for application.

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1. I purchased an antique vehicle on a bill of sale. How do I get a title for it?
2. I bough a vehicle 35 years or more old on a bill of sale, but the vehicle has aftermarket performance and dress-up parts installed. How do I get a title for it?
3. I bought a street rod from out of state and it is titled as a 1927 Ford. Can I get it inspected as an antique?