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Ken
12-15-01, 05:27 PM
One thing to be said for owning an older Corvette is the fact that registration fees will no longer be a frightening thing to consider every year. This year my registration cost me a grand total of eighty-two dollars, tewnty-five of which was for the special plate (1987 Z51) fee. Fifty-seven dollars, for California, ain't bad! ;)

_ken :w

78SilvAnniv
12-17-01, 05:08 PM
Transfer from CA to GA=tax (I don't know WHY!), with a new title, tag and vanity plate:SLVR78
Silver

RalleyRed
04-13-02, 07:23 PM
This has got to be the only thing thats cheaper in NY.

Mine was $40 for 2, yes I said 2 years.

How's that jingle go " I LOVE NY " Well sometimes I do.

Rick

Eric
04-14-02, 06:34 AM
Man am I ever glad I live in VA. Only $10 for vanity plates. I can't remember the total registration but it was about $70 for two years - not too bad, and that includes the vanity plate fee:).

danl72
04-14-02, 04:12 PM
I don't have to pay for mine yet, but it will probably be in the $200 range. Could be cheaper. My brothers '98 Z28 is $137, not too bad. I will just have to wait and see.

88canadianvette
04-28-02, 06:05 PM
$74.oo a year in Ontario.

Derek
04-28-02, 06:26 PM
Hey my 89 vette cost me $670.00 here in Australia...the pain ..the pain

:eek

Scott81
04-29-02, 10:01 AM
$38 here for my 81. $12 of that was for the SHARK81. There are advantages to living in Geezerville.

Charlie '64
04-29-02, 12:18 PM
I found a '64 tag that cost me $12. The state charged me a total of $67.50 (a one time charge) to register the tag with them. That's it, no more tags, no more taxes. :) Good Ol' KS

warren s
04-29-02, 12:24 PM
35 bucks for two years for my plate in NYC C4S4EVER



http://temp.corvetteforum.net/c4/c4s4ever/

Dave L.
04-29-02, 07:38 PM
Classic Tags in Pennsylvania-One time fee of $95-thats it for the life of the car.You are not to use the car as your daily driver however.

kbuhagiar
05-11-02, 05:18 PM
HAH!

$5.00 a year here in California...for my 'non-operational' certificate. Let's see, 5 bucks a year, times 15 years my '63 hasn't been running...Hmmm, another good reason to get Ole Yeller back on the road!

JHL
05-12-02, 04:31 AM
It`s 85 for the six "summer" months over here which isn`t to bad, in some European countries it is calculated either by engine size or in some cases the weight of the car.

J.

82dukman
05-12-02, 05:43 AM
I paid $20 two years ago for the vanity tag and it cost $36 per year to renew registration. vanbity tag a once and done fee.
Tag is "LAST C3" :D