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Supplemental Form for Explanation of Component Parts and Bills-Of-Sale


Supplemental Form for Explanation of Component Parts and Bills-Of-Sale
Supplemental Form for Explanation of Component Parts and Bills-Of-Sale
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Title and Registration Bureau
Supplemental Form
Explanation of
Component Parts and
Bills-of-Sale
Office Use Only
1003 Buckskin Drive, Deer Lodge MT 59722-2375 Phone (406) 444-3661 Fax (406) 846-6039 mvdtitleinfo@mt.gov
Any rebuilt salvage vehicle presented to the Department of Justice for a vehicle identification number inspection must
have supporting documentation which verifies the legal acquisition of all component parts used in the rebuilding
process. Proper supporting documentation consists of “traceable” bills-of-sale, invoices, or receipts which contain the
following information:
1. Name, address and signature of the seller;
2. Name and address of the buyer;
3. Value or other consideration;
4. Year, make, model and complete identification number or stock number allowing cross-reference to the
complete identification number of the vehicle from which the parts were removed;
5. Date the salvage or component part was acquired;
6. Vehicle’s salvage certificate number, or if none, the certificate of ownership number.
If you are presenting copies of the supporting documentation papers, the copies must be legible.
The certificate of title or salvage certificate for a replaced center structure or cab should be presented at the
inspection and surrendered to the department.
The definition of component parts is as follows:
Front-End Assembly
Includes the hood,
right front and left front
fenders, grill, bumper,
and radiator supports
if two or more of these
parts are assembled
together as one unit
forward of the firewall.
Center Structure
Includes the section of
either a unibody or
frame-type passenger
vehicle that consists of
a unit of sheet metal
that extends from the
firewall to the back of
the rear seat or the
centerline of the rear
wheels. The structure
may comprise the roof,
side, and rear window
posts, cowl panel,
dash panels, floor
pans, doors and
rocker panels if two or
more of these parts
are assembled
together as one unit.
Tail Section
Includes the floor pan,
right rear and left rear
quarter panels, deck
lid, upper rear and
lower rear panels, and
rear bumper of an
automobile if two or
more of these parts
are assembled
together as one unit.
Cab
The passenger
compartment of a
common truck or
pickup truck. It is a unit
of construction that
includes the top or roof
and the cowl and may
or may not include
glass, instrumentation,
the steering column
and a seat or seats.
Frame
The structure that
supports the
automobile body and
other external
component parts.
Other
The bed of a 1-ton or
lighter truck.
Any part or assembly
of parts bearing a
vehicle identification
number or its
derivative. Example:
engine, transmission,
transfer case, etc.
The department may deny passage of the vehicle through the inspection procedure if any of the above requirements
are not met.
Supplemental Form for Explanation of Component Parts and Bills-Of-Sale