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Old 01-05-2006, 03:06   #1 (permalink)
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whats the story with clug rego in N.S.W. does the car have to be 30 years old and are there any restrictions on using the car?
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whats the story with clug rego in N.S.W. does the car have to be 30 years old and are there any restrictions on using the car?
Good Question I'd like to know as well . I would say that there would be quite a few Restriction's
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whats the story with clug rego in N.S.W. does the car have to be 30 years old and are there any restrictions on using the car?
I don't no what you need in NSW but here in VIC you need to be a member of an affiliated car club of the Association of automobile club to get it and your car must be 25 years or older. You can not use your car for anything other then club events. If it is not a club event then you must get a special use permit. What it is really it allows you to drive an unrequested vehicle on the road. If i had my choice i would not do it again i would go SR plates, you don't need to join a club just the street rod federation.
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NSW: You must be a member of an eligible car club.
Yes, the car must be over 30 years old and fairly stock.
Your club must have a registrar and a technical officer with an automotive trade certificate.
The registrar must be contacted each time the vehicle is driven. Only allowed to be driven on official club runs and taken on other club's runs/to shows with official letter of invitation (form the other club to your club) Other then that you can only drive it within 8KM of your home or for the purpose of obtaining repairs. Rego costs about $60 per year after you buy the plates and there is no annual inspection (just a single onewhen you start the club rego) Shannons insurance is really cheap too if you have club rego.
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xcgxl, can you still retain the same number plates?
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xcgxl, can you still retain the same number plates?
No, you get a smaller plate which usually doesnt fit easily and it says "NSW Historic Vehicle" and there is just a number. Bummer for me as I have GXL number plates.
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