Tips & Tuning. Saturday , December 02nd , 2017 - 13:32:25 PM
Quote from Advice on Buying a Classic Car :
Whatever car you buy, you must join the owners club. They will have contacts for spare parts and a mine of information about your car. Your car may have an interesting history! Many years ago (before the internet) spare parts for unusual and old vehicles were a problem to locate. Nowadays if you go on to Google, I think you can still get spare parts for Noah's Ark!
Insurance can be much cheaper for classic cars as insurance companies know you are not a boy racer. Ask your insurance company for a classic car policy, If they do not have such a policy then shop around. Your car owners club may have their own insurance company or broker.
Note that the regulations state the manufactured date, not the registered date. So if your vehicle was registered just after January 1973, check the chassis number with the owners club or manufacturer to find out the date it was constructed. If the car was built in 1972 or earlier then get a dating certificate for the DVLA to claim historical vehicle status. However you still have to have an MOT and insurance, but you get a tax disk for no fee.
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