I was rearended 2+ years ago. They wanted to total the truck because the bluebook value was so little that just to have it inspected would have been more than it was worth. They sent it to the totaled department, I had it professionally apprasied with all 12" of reciepts and after much deliberation I accepted there large offer but it would have to have a salvaged tag. I fixed the center pin in the rear leaf springs, only thing that really broke, but sure made the rig look like a it had a lot of damage. I dumped the $4,000+ grand into the rig. Crate motor, cage, seats, Ecteds fr/rr, Had drivelines ff/rr, alloy shafts, guages, etc. So now I have one last hurdle to getting the registration clear, a brake and lamp inspection. I asked a few weeks ago about what was involved and did not get a great answer so I took it in over the weekend to be checked. The guy just laughed. I need blinker indicators, brights, backuplights and a bunch of other stuff to pass. I have ripped out the dash so they are all there but "modified from stock". Does anybody know a 4x4 or CK5 friendly brake and lamp inspection shop in central or northern cali? Or am I stuck reverting all this suff back to stock, by removing much of the rollbar to get the dash and guages back in? What is the ramifications of getting a Green Sticker. I would really like to drive this thing to and from work a day a week or so when the weather is good. I dont want to have to trailer it everywhere it is still pretty street legal and full bodied (minus top doors and tailgate of course). I can not find the checklist of all the things they will inspect, thru DMV or google. Does any one have the list?