On Saturday I was at a small local show and talked to a guy with a T bucket pickup thing. It was the basic 454 on a Model A frame with a later V8 front axle and some much newer rear axle. It had a T rad shell. The guy had to send in pictures of the car when registering it. I am not sure if it was a renewal or what. He had owned the car for a while and he had QQ tags (the NJ historic tags) so I am pretty sure it was a renewal. The state wanted lots of pictures of the exterior from all angles, the interior and the engine. He told me the pulled the title, I am assuming it was a Model T title, and they are forcing him to get a safety inspection. The state will issue a manufactured vehicle title and make the engine meet the 1974 emissions as the engine is a 1974 engine. They also made him put fenders on the car. I noticed he was driving with regular plates. He was still not 100% sure of what he had to meet to get the title. I am curious what the NJ program is and someone might want to find out more.