Form VTR-63 "Component Part(S) Bill of Sale" - Texas

What Is DMV Form VTR-63?

Form VTR-63, Component Part(s) Bill of Sale is a supplemental document that lists the component parts of the vehicle and their inventory numbers. It must be submitted with Form VTR-61, Rebuilt Vehicle Statement when you file a new application for the vehicle title if the vehicle contains component parts. If the parts belong to different vehicles, you must submit separate documents for each vehicle.

This form was released by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV). The latest version of the document was issued in August 2016 with all previous editions obsolete. You can download VTR-63 Form through the link below. State the seller and buyer's names and addresses, their salvage vehicle dealer license numbers, describe the vehicle in full detail and indicate all the component parts of the sold vehicle. The seller confirms the sale of the parts to the purchaser took place, signs, and dates the form. It is acceptable as evidence of ownership for the component parts no longer covered by the vehicle title.

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Component Part(s) Bill of Sale
Instructions
This form must be submitted with the Rebuilt Vehicle Statement (Form VTR-61) when submitting a new application
for title for the motor vehicle in which the component part(s) are used.
All “Component Parts” listed on this form must be from the same vehicle and sold to an individual purchaser. A
separate Component Part(s) Bill of Sale (Form VTR-63) is required for parts from different vehicles or parts from the
same vehicle sold to different purchasers.
Neither the frame nor body of a nonrepairable vehicle may be used in another vehicle for on road use. A Texas title
will not be issued to any vehicle that is nonrepairable or uses the frame or body from a nonrepairable vehicle.
Note: This form may not be used to transfer ownership for a component part by which the vehicle is typically titled
(e.g., passenger vehicle body, Volkswagen frame (floorpan or floorpan and chassis), or the truck frame of a commercial
vehicle). A negotiable title is required to transfer ownership for these component parts.
To transfer ownership for a component part by which the vehicle is not typically titled such as a passenger vehicle
frame, motor, fender, hood, etc., this form may be completed and is sufficient ownership evidence for the part(s).
Seller Information
First Name (or Entity Name)
Middle Name
Last Name
Suffix (if any) Salvage Vehicle Dealer License Number (if applicable)
Address
City
State
Zip
Purchaser Information
First Name (or Entity Name)
Middle Name
Last Name
Suffix (if any) Salvage Vehicle Dealer License Number (if applicable)
Address
City
State
Zip
Vehicle Information
Vehicle Identification Number
Year
Make
Body Style
Model
Title/Document Number
Date Title was Surrendered (if applicable)
Component Parts – Select the appropriate part(s) and provide the inventory number(s)
Motor
Bumper
Transmission
Deck Lid/Tailgate/Hatchback
Frame
Truck Cab (Commercial Vehicle)
Fender
Quarter Panel
Roof or Floorpan of a passenger vehicle if
Hood
separate from the body of the motor vehicle
Cargo Box of Pickup (10,000 lbs. or less)
Door
Certification – State law makes falsifying information a third degree felony
I, the seller listed above, certify I have sold the part(s) listed above to the purchaser listed above.
Signature of Seller
Printed Name (Same as Signature)
Date
VTR-63 Rev 08/16
Form available online at www.TxDMV.gov
Page 1 of 1
Component Part(s) Bill of Sale
Instructions
This form must be submitted with the Rebuilt Vehicle Statement (Form VTR-61) when submitting a new application
for title for the motor vehicle in which the component part(s) are used.
All “Component Parts” listed on this form must be from the same vehicle and sold to an individual purchaser. A
separate Component Part(s) Bill of Sale (Form VTR-63) is required for parts from different vehicles or parts from the
same vehicle sold to different purchasers.
Neither the frame nor body of a nonrepairable vehicle may be used in another vehicle for on road use. A Texas title
will not be issued to any vehicle that is nonrepairable or uses the frame or body from a nonrepairable vehicle.
Note: This form may not be used to transfer ownership for a component part by which the vehicle is typically titled
(e.g., passenger vehicle body, Volkswagen frame (floorpan or floorpan and chassis), or the truck frame of a commercial
vehicle). A negotiable title is required to transfer ownership for these component parts.
To transfer ownership for a component part by which the vehicle is not typically titled such as a passenger vehicle
frame, motor, fender, hood, etc., this form may be completed and is sufficient ownership evidence for the part(s).
Seller Information
First Name (or Entity Name)
Middle Name
Last Name
Suffix (if any) Salvage Vehicle Dealer License Number (if applicable)
Address
City
State
Zip
Purchaser Information
First Name (or Entity Name)
Middle Name
Last Name
Suffix (if any) Salvage Vehicle Dealer License Number (if applicable)
Address
City
State
Zip
Vehicle Information
Vehicle Identification Number
Year
Make
Body Style
Model
Title/Document Number
Date Title was Surrendered (if applicable)
Component Parts – Select the appropriate part(s) and provide the inventory number(s)
Motor
Bumper
Transmission
Deck Lid/Tailgate/Hatchback
Frame
Truck Cab (Commercial Vehicle)
Fender
Quarter Panel
Roof or Floorpan of a passenger vehicle if
Hood
separate from the body of the motor vehicle
Cargo Box of Pickup (10,000 lbs. or less)
Door
Certification – State law makes falsifying information a third degree felony
I, the seller listed above, certify I have sold the part(s) listed above to the purchaser listed above.
Signature of Seller
Printed Name (Same as Signature)
Date
VTR-63 Rev 08/16
Form available online at www.TxDMV.gov
Page 1 of 1
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Does Form VTR-63 Have to Be Notarized in Texas?

Texas does not require a notary for Form VTR-63 but it is generally a good idea to have notarization or witness in order to confirm the transaction has taken place. This can save any possible trouble that might occur if the seller or buyer contest the transaction at a later date.


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