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    Toymods Vice President Chief Engine Builder TheToyman75's Avatar
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    Everyone knows the RTA is not exactly customer focused so in order to try and make life a little easier here are the links to the Forms you need in relation to Historic Rego.

    First of all you need to get a manual pink slip and when gettingthis your pink slip provider needs to fill in a section on the RTA Application For Conditional Registration - Form No. 1246

    Once you have your Pink Slip and filled in Application for Conditional registration you need to get the RTA's Historic Vehicle Declaration Form - Form No. 1259. This form needs to be signed by Toymods and get the Club seal so the RTA is happy your vehicle is actually eligible for Historic Rego.

    When you come and see River (The clubs Historic Plate registrar) make sure you remeber to bring your pink slip and application form. River needs to sight those and some of the contained information if required by River.

    Lastly you fill in the Toymods Historic Registration Form for Historic Rego and pay Toymods the megre $10 plate administration Fee.

    Then its just taking the receipt of purchase for your vehicle and your Drivers licence with your Pink slip and 2 completed RTA forms to the RTA.

    And thats it
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    1971 2T-B Celica TA22 ST.
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    1976 2T-G Celica TA23, aka "The Colonel".
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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    awesom work guys. love it

    Q: does my (not exactly stock) 1976 '23 qualify without needing it to be engineered?

    thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    I'm pretty sure this is for NSW only.
    Toyman and River can confirm :-)

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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    spewin. car is rego'd in the ACT

    EDIT: may have to open a PO BOX in Murrumbateman (15 mins outside canberra) and get the mail forwarded

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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    Hi,

    Yes, this is only for NSW.

    ACT RTA is very similar to the NSW RTA and if there was a Toymods chapter in the ACT then maybe things can be worked out.

    But think on this... it costs $95 per annum to register/green-slip your clasic car. It is only a simple phone call to me to let me know when and why you're taking your classic out, where I log it down, and you're away. Easy and cheap.

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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    River, i shall be in contact in the next week or so, to get my MS75 on the registrar

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    SillycarS,

    I will have to check to be 100% sure but my understanding is you personally can live in ANY State, BUT your car must be garaged in NSW. It is the garaged address of the vehicle, not your home address that is the decider.
    1971 2T-B Celica TA22 ST.
    1973 2T-G Celica TA22, aka "The Unicorn".
    1975 2T-G Celica TA27 GT
    1976 2T-G Celica TA23, aka "The Colonel".
    1985 3F Auto FJ62 Landcruiser
    1988 1G-GZE Crown GA131 Hardtop
    1989 7M-GTE MA70 Supra, aka "The Poopra"
    History: Rods Classic Celica Sampler thread.

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    thanks rod

    spewin ay

    unless its possible to travel interstate just for the wkend?

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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    Quote Originally Posted by SillyCarS
    awesom work guys. love it

    Q: does my (not exactly stock) 1976 '23 qualify without needing it to be engineered?

    thanks in advance
    I think it's fairly safe to say that if your car needs an engineers certificate due to modifications then it will not qualify for historic registrion as it is aimed at standard 30+ year old cars.

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    May have to move to NSW next year to get cheap registration for the Soarer
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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    Will the MS45 get Historic rego with these wheels?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Farkurnell
    Will the MS45 get Historic rego with these wheels?
    Probably not.
    They need to be periodic wheels (wheels that were available around that time) as far as I am aware.
    Not sure how big your stock wheels are, but they cant be more than 2inch from factory.

    Again River and Rod can buzz in anytime to correct me

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    farkurnell i think you dont qualify for historic rego because you have too many sweet old school cars that i would give my left nut for
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    Greg,

    The wheels need to be period style rims mate. No self respecting anyone whould have fitted those rims in the 60' or 70's.

    With some suitable rims it would be great to see it on Historic Rego.
    1971 2T-B Celica TA22 ST.
    1973 2T-G Celica TA22, aka "The Unicorn".
    1975 2T-G Celica TA27 GT
    1976 2T-G Celica TA23, aka "The Colonel".
    1985 3F Auto FJ62 Landcruiser
    1988 1G-GZE Crown GA131 Hardtop
    1989 7M-GTE MA70 Supra, aka "The Poopra"
    History: Rods Classic Celica Sampler thread.

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    Default Re: Forms for Historic Rego - Links

    No worries. It came with the stock wheels, so it's an easy fix.

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