Classic or Historic Vehicles may be registered through the club in compliance to the rules by the TfNSW (see section 6 of the Constitution)
In Simple terms a Historic Vehicle is in the condition as when it was originally certified for sale, although there is some flexibility what may seem like simple modifications can result in failure of a vehicle to be registered as an Historic vehicle and it may have to be registered as a Classic vehicle.
Registration of an Historic Vehicle through the club
- You must be a financial Member of the Club
- If unregistered you will need a Blue slip, if registered a pink slip is required
- Download and complete a club Vehicle registration form ( Membership / Membership and Vehicle registration Forms).
- Complete the Club Vehicle Registration Form
- Obtain a Declaration Form from TfNSW and complete the Left hand Side
- Arrange for the vehicle to be inspected by the club registrar, take with you the original and a copy of each of
- the pink slip if registered or blue slip if unregistered
- Club vehicle registration form
- Registration if already registered.
- Historic vehicle Declaration form.
- The registrar will
- complete the right hand side of the declaration form which you require when you go to TfNSW to complete the registration.
- Keep the copies of the documents
- You should then take the original documents to the TfNSW to complete the registration
Registration of Classic Vehicles
- Similar process except that to qualify for club registration you will need an engineers certificate for each non standard modification even if the vehicle has a current full registration.
- The registrar can help you with the process.