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    DMV pink slip question

    Does anyone know the meaning of some of the 'boxes' on the pink slip?(old style pink, 4x5 style) . One of the boxes ,near the top on the same line as date first sold, has an asterisk and yr.. the box to the right has yr. model.( I am pretty sure I can figure that one out). What does the one with the asterisk mean? Yr. model reads 67, under the asterisk and yr it reads 69. Anyone know?

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    Probably the year first registered in California. Do you have the Kardex of who it was first sold to and where? Maybe it spent some time in Germany first.
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    I know that the car started out in Germany. It makes sense because it is registered (somehow) as a 67 when it is an early 65. How would that happen? Any ideas?

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