"Very soon, it's going to really hit the fan. Already in the past three weeks, our phones have been ringing off the hook," said Randy Snyder, editor of Full Throttle Magazine.
Snyder, along with others, plan to push the state to change its laws and exempt custom bikes or kit bikes and cars.
"Hopefully, they are going to take another look at it and realize they made a mistake," said Snyder.
A spokesperson for the Georgia Department of Revenue said, "We are looking for a reasonable solution that accommodates existing laws to find a way to title and register these vehicles. However, new legislation will be required."
Now's when everyone and the AMCA should be organizing an effort to keep kit-builds-one-per-person within the EPA suggested guidelines, as they are now written. You can read the AMA's response of assurance on our Vol. 2 site under one of the...aw, heck. I'll go get it.
Scroll down to: Here's positive information from the AMA and EPA about kit-builds:http://www.amazon.com/Publishing-Date-M ... tore=books
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, June 13-15, 2008. If V-Twin doesn't exhibit and ride
a V-Twin bobber, I'll be hugely disappointed.
How can the AMCA help? By creating a class distinction for Replica
and judge them by how close to original (stock, cut-down or bobber) someone can build it. Why? To increase public involvement and new members that will support the hobby of early OHV building. This is not your 1980's repop anymore.