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"Club Registration" for classic cars?


lanadarlene
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Hi there.

I am a very new owner of a Corona, and have heard whispers around the internet about "club registering" old cars? As described here: http://www.tccav.org.au/?page_id=14

Anyone know if it's just a Victorian thing or if there's a similar scheme in NSW?

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We have a similar thing in SA so I'd imagine NSW would have something. Best thing to do might be to drop in to your local motor rego office and ask them what the options are. They will know if there is such a scheme, then you just need to find a suitable club. In SA it is called Historic Registration or something similar. Not sure if a 1984 would qualify as old enough, but it might be fine in NSW for similar scheme. All the best with it.

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NSW Historic Registration requirement is 30 years, so an '84 model scrapes in. You have to go through a registered club in order to get the rego, there are a bunch of requirements and every club will have their own interpretations on what is allowed and what isn't, but a general rule is that the car has to either be stock or fitted with period extras (some safety equipment is exempt). You're also limited with the amount you can drive it a year (only to authorised events, to the workshop or on "maintenance runs").

Toymods is the main Toyota club in NSW with historic rego, there are other non-specific clubs out there too though, there's a listing on the RMS website

Toymods Historic Rego

NSW RMS webpage for Historic Registration

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