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Old 06-20-2003, 01:24   #1 (permalink)
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Guidelines for modifications

I'm not sure whether this is the right place to ask, but I will anyway.

Where can I find information on the legalities and guidelines for modifications to vehicles!

Eg. Why can't I put twin side exhausts on for my 67 Mustang.
If I have a bonnet scoop, how high? (Not that I'm going to though).

This sort of thing. I've tried searching, but considering I'm as dumb as dogsh*t, it doesn't help.

If there is anyone out there who knows, please help.
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in the latest issue of street machine is a list of departments that handles vehicle modifications to which you can get a current list of accredited engineers/signatories.For queensland it is Queensland Transport Vehicle Modifications Department:(07)32534851 www.transport.qld.gov.au Any engineer should be able to give you guidelines for vehicle mods legal in your state.(sorry about the long answer)
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Re: Guidelines for modifications

Na that's sweet mate! Thanks for replying!
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