I have a CUCV M1008 that I bought for just for axles and after I dragged it home I decided to fix it and drive it. Got everything working fine but I dont have a title, the Gov. had it classified as scrap so they didnt issue one. If you have a CUCV, how is it registered? I know I am not supposed to switch VIN plates, but if I acquired a truck with a good title(or just the title and VIN plates), whats to say that I didn't just replace all the bad parts on the truck that has the "good" title with "junkyard" parts. I know that none of the CUCV parts are stolen, I picked them up at the auction site from the auction winner. The rivets on the VIN are unique, so I didnt plan on just drilling them out, but thought I might remove the dash or a section of it. Would it really be illegal? I know that there are plenty of trucks out there with not much more of the original truck left. Hell, I've seen VW rails on the street with tags, what must they be registered as? We dont have any vehicle inspections or emissions testing and in my experience most cops are pretty tolerant unless you are making an ass of youself. Even if I had a wreck, what difference would it make if there is a frame VIN number that doesnt match the dash VIN, there's nothing illegal about replacing the frame in the past. Or the running gear/sheetmetal/everything else. Does anyone actually know what is the illegal part? What do you guys think?