Ask the frame seller if the title has any ENGINE # shown on it. Or better yet have him scan it into his computer & email it to you. I bet it doesn't. Neither of my cycles has any engine # shown. I agree with all crusty has said & hope to streamline your process. In snooping around pendot it may be that notarization by the seller is required. So, the seller would sign on the back of his title, the name of the owner EXACTLY as it appears on the front. He does this in front of a notary, who is verifying that yes he signed it & he is the person. His bank will have a notary. Probably $10.00 or so. I would also have the bill of sale notarized at the same time. I would have my bill of sale something like this. Sold this day march %% , 2011, one used 1987 Honda VFR700F, VIN# **************. Sold as is, and paid in full. Then a little further down show seller: put his name, address,phone., & room for the notary to stamp it. You also have "buyer", name, address, phone. Or you can fill it in when it arrives. Point is the sellers signatures get the notarizing. The following is critical. If you look at the VIN id plate attached to your frame on the right side of your bike, then just look a few more inches towards the front for a raised flat area on the steering stem. May require flashlight to see. There is a number imprinted into the raised area that should match your VIN id tag exactly. When you take you cycle for inspection, thats the first thing they check. If the vin tag glued to you frame & the stamped number on the steering stem do not match perfectly then its game over. So if your title thats coming vin# matches the stem stamping on the frame that is coming then things are looking better. Now if theres no engine # shown on the title thats coming things are way way better. If the seller accommodate s you by notarizing the title & bill of sale and makes the bill of sale out as shown above or even with motorcycle added to it then you are in good shape. If he calls it frame & title then you will probably spend more time satisfying the licensing requirements for an " assembled title" or whatever they call in in Pa when you make a cycle from several. Also appears the cycle will need be roadworthy when they see it.