TUPELO, Miss. (AP) -- A two-year-old feud over who owns the so-called Elvis Bus continues in a Mississippi court.
It may be a while longer before the issue is settled.
The North Mississippi Daily Journal reports (http://bit.ly/HmPIQg ) that Lee County Chancellor Talmadge Littlejohn postponed a hearing this week into a challenge to the bus' title, presently held by Bill Kinard of Tupelo.
Kinard says he never wanted to sell the bus and that Tupelo bus rehabber Larry Michael stole it when he moved it to Nashville.
Michael claims Kinard owes him $134,000 for paying the bus' promissory note and for its retrieval from Washington State in early 2009. He also wants to be paid for certain "restoration" of the vehicle.
On Wednesday, Michael's attorneys agreed to delay the hearing.
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