I'm having real issues with California. Bought a '79 Jimmy a while back and have been building it up, knowing it's going to Colorado. Well, in CA, years '76 and newer vehicles have to get smogged and pass smog inspection. Needless to say, this engine wasn't designed for CA use and it would not pass emissions here. But in Colorado it g. Here's the problem. For registration, Colorado requires the title to either be in your name (your name is printed up on it), or signed over to you directly from the guy/gal who's name is printed on it. My name isn't either of those (I'm 3rd to own it on this title). The guy I bought it from signed it over to me, but his name isn't the one printed on it. So, I have to get CA to reissue the title in my name. Fine. But, to get the title reissued, it must be smogged (which would cost a fortune), etc., even if it's going OUT of state! So, between CA and CO, I'm screwed. It's really ticking me off. Seems that regardless of whether or not it pollutes, you should be able to show ownership! So I was told that a loophole may be to get a "bond title" once in Colorado. Anyone know what this is and if it's the same as a normal title in the long run? Sorry for the rant here. This issue is just about to do me in. Thanks for any info.