Re: Club rego?
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.
1978 XC Fairmont GXL, Emerald green, Jade Int. 351C, 750 VAC, C10, 9" LSD
Air, steer, power windows................