Long line. Euphemism for Tax assessors office. The car is titled though, and has some classic plates. The previous owner gave me some brand new 1968 Texas Hemisfair Plates that look sweet with the black paint job. The only problem was that the old Colorado plate was tacked on with security screws. So I got the grinder out and heated up the screw enough to melt the plastic inserts. I sprayed the plates with a clear coat to add some scratch resistance and after it dried attached them to the car. They look sweet and I put them on with my own security screws. I cut some pieces of black tubing to put a spacer between the plates and the screws so they don't scratch up with road vibration.