old B - new B
Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: sunshine coast QLD
Re: SA Historic Rego hurting my head
it will proberly cost you more to return the car to stock than the dollars you will save on rego.
and then you will not be happy with the car soooo........
mine is old enough to qualify as well but for the extra dollars that it cost for full rego and the stuffing about and time involved to get and maintain club rego , i have decided to just keep paying for full rego.
i can get in my car and drive it anywhere, anytime i want, dont need to have an excuse ready or to let anyone know that i am going for a drive.
i think that club rego is a great idea for cars that are only ever driven to shows and club events etc like a lot of cllector and vintage cars but i recon its more hassels then it its worth for cars that might be and are driven regulary.
for instance , my BA ute will need to go in for a new bumper and paint repairs soon so i will be using the XB every day for work, i dont think that would be allowed under club rego.
`75 XB FAIRMONT SEDAN injected 351, toplaoder, disc brake 9", factory paint+ vinyl roof.
`03 BA XLS ute - lpg, auto, lsd, acid rush paint,