Topeka, Kan.—Legislation (H.B. 2528) has been introduced in Kansas to re-define vehicles eligible to be registered as antique.
Currently, the Kansas Highway Patrol defines an antique vehicle as being more than 35 years old and as close to the original as possible, without any significant alterations to the major component parts. H.B. 2528 would only require the vehicle to be more than 35 years old, regardless of the age or type of equipment installed and thereby allowing the use of non-original materials.
The bill currently awaits consideration in the House Transportation Committee.