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    Arrr cool, thought i spotted something about the new scheme/changes allowing late 80's vehicle, ie: the mr2. Bugger!
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    I always thought the theory behind having a classic car was so you could enjoy the sound smell and feeling
    these are not things you get from a car sitting in a garage
    thats all

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    i love the smell of burning castrol R in the morning lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clown View Post
    Arrr cool, thought i spotted something about the new scheme/changes allowing late 80's vehicle, ie: the mr2. Bugger!
    It shits me that late 80's cars like MR2's (of which I own 2) are going to have to wait even longer before we can put them on club plates. I know they are changing the rules to 30 years to try and stop VN Commodores and the like being put on club plates and abusing the system but it sucks for people who own slightly obscure cars from that era and only use them occasionally.
    1970 2M MS55 Crown - Weekend Cruiser.
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    My MR2 is on club plates, because it is a genuine 7/85 model import.
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    I know you bastard!! I very nearly bought it off Merc before you did. Unfortunately mine are 87 and 89 respectively.
    1970 2M MS55 Crown - Weekend Cruiser.
    1970 2R RT40 Corona - Cruising Grandpa Style
    1986 20V 4AGE AE82 Corolla - The Brown Racecar.
    1988 4AGE AW11 MR2 - Sold but not forgotten
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    ...all CH plated cars should be chrome bumpers.

    That is all.........*runs and hides before being flamed*
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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    hi graham
    what about painted bumpers with chrome underneath
    nostalgia is not what it used to be:

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    Hi,

    Painting chrome bumpers shows little respect for the car and therefore should be removed from your possession.

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    Hey wasn't my doing.......i'd change it back if it went so damn expensive .....lets change it steel bumpers then.....at least my other red car is how Mr Toyoda intended.........can't wait to have both of them logbooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just1n_mc View Post
    I know you bastard!! I very nearly bought it off Merc before you did. Unfortunately mine are 87 and 89 respectively.
    A few people have said that to me. I was surprised it remained unsold so long. It's not the tidiest AW11 around, but it's not bad really.

    Quote Originally Posted by Silly Rabbit View Post
    ...all CH plated cars should be chrome bumpers.
    Technically you are more right than you realise.

    Club Permit plates CH.XXXX ran out in 2005, so VicRoads switched to XXXXX.H. Hence only cars 25 years old or older in 2005, ie: 1980 or earlier, ever had CH.XXXX plates.
    Very few cars prior to 1980 have plastic bumpers.
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    Both of my cars have rubber bumpers, does that count????

    Stuff it, my 65, with rubber bumpers will get club plates in 5 months when the rego runs out.


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    Guess it sits for a bit longer unless i can get someone to put some cash into it or i get a better job!!
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    The problem is that it will have to sit for another 7-10 years under the new scheme before you can put it on club plates unlike the shitbox camira that live down the road from me!
    1970 2M MS55 Crown - Weekend Cruiser.
    1970 2R RT40 Corona - Cruising Grandpa Style
    1986 20V 4AGE AE82 Corolla - The Brown Racecar.
    1988 4AGE AW11 MR2 - Sold but not forgotten
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    Default Re: changes to the club permit system in vic

    Mine hasn't had rego for 5.5 years. Got driven a bit out at my folks a little though.
    That does shit me though, example camira on club reg, wish there was some sorta exception list for things like, say mr2's etc.
    GZE AW11, M40b18 e30, 1J cressida

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