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  1. #11
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    Fitted some space cases, bigger than ideal but I own them.
    1976 LR 90 Hybrid GONE
    1985 RRC chev GONE
    1997 D1 V8 GONE
    1973 RRC Gone
    1980'RRC Build in progress GOING
    Disco wrecking 93 & 94
    1993 RRC LSE

  2. #12
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    Walker had smaller ones but tray will change
    1976 LR 90 Hybrid GONE
    1985 RRC chev GONE
    1997 D1 V8 GONE
    1973 RRC Gone
    1980'RRC Build in progress GOING
    Disco wrecking 93 & 94
    1993 RRC LSE

  3. #13
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    TOORAK Tractor time today
    Changed all oils
    Back brakes had gone metal metal
    Fixed door handles
    Upgraded headlights
    Battery tie down
    General check over
    1976 LR 90 Hybrid GONE
    1985 RRC chev GONE
    1997 D1 V8 GONE
    1973 RRC Gone
    1980'RRC Build in progress GOING
    Disco wrecking 93 & 94
    1993 RRC LSE

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by garrycol View Post
    How does something like that get onto Historic/Club rego - certainly would not pass the authenticity/un modified status required in most other States.
    In Victoria the onus is on the particular Club.

    Responsibilities and obligations of club permit holdersHide

    Club permit holders must:


    • Ensure that the vehicle is only used for private use and is not used for commercial use
    • Ensure they are familiar with their particular club’s requirements for club permit holders
    • Ensure they are familiar with the log book requirements
    • Maintain their vehicles in a manner which ensures that the vehicle is in a “safe” condition for use on a highway
    • Present their vehicle for periodic safety checks if prescribed by their club, or in the case of street rods, if prescribed by the Australian Street Rod Federation
    • Maintain financial membership of the club at all times whilst holding a club permit
    • Ensure that the log book and permit is carried in the vehicle at all times the vehicle is in use
    • Ensure that the number plate(s) and windscreen label as issued by us are correctly displayed on the vehicle at all times when the vehicle is in use.

    Unusually for Victoria, this seems to be a fairly lenient scheme, as it allows the owner of a heavily modified VH Commodore the same access as the owner of a 1924 20HP Rolls Royce. I don't say that that is a bad thing, I just think it is very unusual for VicRoads.



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    1994 D1 300TDi Manual: Dave
    1983 RRC: Maude
    1980 SIII Petrol Tray: Doris

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