Problem is mostly solved. I'll be getting the title and bill of sale at time of deposit. I'll be registering it and getting insurance on it as soon as I get the title.
Even though this may not completely cover me, I feel a bit more protected.
That's actually a pretty good idea, thanks.
I think they'll still require the full deposit, but if I can get the paperwork for the trailer as soon as the frame is finished, then I could technically insure it.
The collective knowledge in these forums is invaluable, and much appreciated.
I have a question that may be slightly off topic because it doesn't really involve Moby1 (or Voorsheer), but it does involve advance deposits and potentially losing them.
I'm looking at purchasing a custom travel trailer from a small outfit. The wait time for the trailer is 6 months, and a $5K...
2004 Chevy Astro AWD Cargo
Auto Lifting/Closing Camper Top from Colorado CamperVan
2" lift with brand new OEM Heavy Duty Astro Springs, and adjustable rear shackles 2",3",or 4" (also including brand new S-10 springs, and re-indexed torsion keys, if you decide you want more lift in...
Pop top Chevy Astro AWD. Probably a scam since there is only one picture, and they call it a "Grand Touring RV" rather than a "Garageable Top RV", but I wanted to post it just in case it's legit.
Awesome! Looks like a great trip!
Your photos of San Cristobal and the beaches in southern Oaxaca are killing me! Mexico is such an amazing country, I can't wait to get back!
Also, we had the same exact experience crossing back in to the states. Border patrol wanted to know how we could have...
Grow up man, nobody cares what you have to say unkamonkey. Because you've chosen not to post pictures of your vehicles makes you better than no one.
Great pictures, great rig! I've never seen a similar set up.