• Jan 14th 2011 at 8:00AM
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Obtaining a legal title and registration is oftentimes one of the most difficult procedures custom car builders will face on the long road to getting their beloved hobby cars out of the garage and into the parking lot at the local Friday night car show.

Good news, automotive hobbyists: the SEMA Action Network is here to help make the process just a wee bit easier with a handy-dandy 50-state guide that cuts through some red tape and outlines the various steps in order to make you legal.

SEMA is quick to point out that its guide is merely meant to be an informative supplement, and that it still may not be an easy process to get your hobby car on the road. Feel free to peruse your state's guidelines here.

[Source: SEMA Action Network]

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