Car restorer gets title after months-long mix-up - CBS46 News

Car restorer gets title after months-long mix-up

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UNION CITY, GA (CBS46) -

Tom Johnson has worked on cars all his life. But he decided he'd Better Call Harry to get his latest beauty running legally.

Tom bought a salvaged 1996 Nissan 300Z and repaired it himself. Then a state inspector rejected his application for a rebuilt title, citing a change in regulations.

But the inspector was mistaken.

The Georgia Department of Revenue is still considering the rule change, so Tom got his Nissan on the road and Harry got the ride of his life.

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