Specially constructed vehicle: every vehicle of a type for which a certificate of title is required hereunder 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.
Collector's vehicle, classic car license: Any motor vehicle manufactured between and including the years 1925 and 1948, and designated by the registrar of motor vehicles as a classic car because of its fine design, high engineering standards, and superior workmanship, and owned and operated solely as a collector's item.
Collector's vehicle, pioneer license: Any motor vehicle manufactured prior to 1936 and owned and operated solely as a collector's item.
Collector's vehicle, collector license: The owner of any motor vehicle, including any truck, that is at least 20 model years old, was manufactured after 1935, and is owned and operated solely as a collector's vehicle.
Collector's vehicle, street rod license: Any modernized motor vehicle manufactured prior to the year 1949 or designed and manufactured to resemble such vehicle.
Reconstructed vehicle: A vehicle of a type for which a certificate of title is required hereunder materially altered from its original construction by the removal, addition, or substitution of essential parts, new or used.
Minnesota 4x4 Trucks:
Working with local and regional off-road vehicle groups, the SAN defeated amendments to a Minnesota bill that would have limited modified 4x4 trucks to minimally maintained roads and to the area in the state specifically designated for their use. The amendments sought to severely restrict 4x4 truck access by prohibiting use of "trails" and defined 4x4 trucks as four-wheeled motor vehicles manufactured to operate on public roads and subsequently modified with special tires, suspension or other equipment.