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Historic Vehicle Scheme

Historic vehicles (including trailers) must be 30 years of age or older as from the year of manufacture.

 

Historic vehicles must be as close to original condition as possible, with no alterations except for safety features such as seat belts and turn indicators, or period accessories and options, if desired.

Classic Vehicle Log Book Scheme

 

The log book scheme will allow classic vehicles to be used for 60 days of general use (i.e. maintenance and personal use) each year, outside of club organised events. Each day’s use must be recorded in a log book issued at a registry or service centre.

 

Vehicles under the Historic Vehicle Scheme can be part of the log book scheme. The registered operator must be a member of a Roads and Maritime recognised historic vehicle club that is participating in the log book scheme which NSW Custom Car Club currently is.

 

For additional information see Classic Vehicle Log Book Trial.

Registering a vehicle in the Historic Vehicle Scheme

 

To conditionally register a vehicle in the Historic Vehicle Scheme, you must attend a registry or service centre in person and present:

 

  • A completed Application for Conditional Registration
  • Proof of identity such as a NSW driver license
  • Proof of registration entitlement (eg an original receipt for the vehicle, which clearly shows the buyer’s name, the seller’s name, address and signature, the VIN or Chassis/frame or serial number and the date of acquisition)
  • A Historic Vehicle Declaration, signed by an official of a recognised and participating historic vehicle club, not greater than 42 days old.

 

Once a member fills out application and has made the club fee payment one of the club officials we help get you all the paperwork you need to complete your registration.

For any other questions please call us on 02 8123 7959

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