“Reconstructed vehicle.” “Reconstructed vehicle” means either:
(1) A vehicle that:
(a) Has a body that resembles and primarily is a particular year model or make of vehicle;
(b) Is not a vehicle rebuilt by a manufacturer;
(c) Is not a vehicle built in a factory where the year model and make are assigned at the factory; and
(d) Is not a replica; or
(2) A motor truck that has been rebuilt using a component kit if the manufacturer of the kit assigns a vehicle identification number and provides a manufacturer’s certificate of origin for the kit. [Formerly 801.405]
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