Street rod: any pre-1949 vehicle which has had a significant drive train update from a more modern vehicle. Changes may include engine, transmission, rear axle, and other suspension components. The body will be, or resemble the same as the manufacturer's original issue after its first sale after manufacture.
Reconstructed or repaired vehicle: Every vehicle that has been rebuilt or repaired using like make and model parts and visually appears as a vehicle that was originally constructed under a distinctive manufacturer. This includes a salvage vehicle which is damaged to the extent that a "reconstructed vehicle " or "repaired vehicle " brand is required, and other vehicles which have been reconstructed by the use of a kit designed to be used to construct an exact replica of a vehicle which was previously constructed under a distinctive name, make, model or type by a generally recognized manufacturer of vehicles. A glider kit vehicle is not a reconstructed vehicle.
Specially constructed vehicle: Every vehicle of a type required to be registered not originally constructed under a distinctive name, make, model or type by a generally recognized manufacturer of vehicles and not materially altered from its original construction and cannot be visually identified as a vehicle produced by a particular manufacturer. This includes:
1. A vehicle that has been structurally modified so that it does not have the same appearance as a similar vehicle from the same manufacturer; or
2. A vehicle that has been constructed entirely from homemade parts and materials not obtained from other vehicles; or
3. A vehicle that has been constructed by using major component parts from one (1) or more manufactured vehicles and cannot be identified as a specific make or model; or
4. A vehicle constructed by the use of a custom kit that cannot be visually identified as a specific make or model.