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  1. #41
    If you have a Cortina thats fitted with none original engine ( eg Turbo / V8 ) its classed as modifed and not in the spirit of the meaning Classic Historic and should be registered as SR ( street rod ), will the Club Permit Officer be happy to sign off on a vechical that does not comply ?
    Last edited by redbrowed; 22nd January 2011 at 07:25 AM. Reason: correction

  2. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzie View Post
    im not quite sure where this is leading or who it is refuring to but as a member based outside
    of melb i am unable to come to most events ie work comitments or my car at the moment not up to long
    trips but will come to events with others then im able !!

    why would you think this was directed at you ozzie?

    you havent even been in this discussion ?

    the doc, redbrowed, auspacer & mol were only the ones .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbrowed View Post
    If you have a Cortina thats fitted with none original engine ( eg Turbo / V8 ) its classed as modifed and not in the spirit of the meaning Classic Historic and should be registered as SR ( street rod ), will the Club Permit Officer be happy to sign off on a vechical that does not comply ?
    This has been discussed in the CMOOC meeting and no, the club permit officer will not sign off on a street rod type car. At the next meeting I will be bringing this up again because, if I can produce an engineers certificate for my car, that is a document says that a qualified, authorized person has deemed these modifications to be properly done etc etc, so I see little reason why a car with those documents shouldn't be eligible for the club logbook scheme.

    I know I'll be opening a big can of worms though.
    Last edited by Dr Danger; 24th January 2011 at 09:05 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geoff View Post
    club rego ,means club rego not that hard to work out. Want it join a club or % *% *% *% * off ,i am sick of people wanting a free ride..
    wtf?
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  5. #45
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Danger View Post
    This has been discussed in the CMOOC meeting and no, the club permit officer will not sign off on a street rod type car. At the next meeting I will be bringing this up again because, if I can produce an engineers certificate for my car, that is a document says that a qualified, authorized person has deemed these modifications to be properly done etc etc, so I see little reason why a car with those documents shouldn't be eligible for the club logbook scheme.

    I know I'll be opening a big can of worms though.
    Could it be something about a high tech nissan engine in a old car not being "classic or historic" (if you read the rule book it says "period modifications")

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    It's still a period modification.

    Still reckon the car is classic or historic. Just improved with more modern stuff.

    Do the rules have a definition for 'period modifications'? Parts available 10 years after construction, 15 years etc etc?

    I'm not trying to be pedantic or argumentative. Genuine question.

    Maybe I should just go read the rules hey?
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  7. #47
    alls cool jewels

  8. #48
    Swampy Guest
    Got my new logbook Yesterday

  9. #49
    pmolly Guest
    Me too
    phil m

  10. #50
    got mine too looks a great idea

  11. #51
    I've got two books , first came with Renewal form and reg sticker ,second a week later just book and brochure on log book scheme.
    Last edited by redbrowed; 30th January 2011 at 11:36 AM. Reason: correction

  12. #52
    If the Cobra and other like Replicas have come under scrutiny reguarding their CH status , where does that leave a Replica Lotus Cortina ???
    Last edited by redbrowed; 2nd February 2011 at 06:17 AM. Reason: correction

  13. #53
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    Last time I looked my 'replica' didn't have a fibreglass body made last year??

  14. #54
    The replica does not need to be made of Fibre glass, my understanding of CH plate issue was the car was to be twenty five years old , a replica Lotus cortina twenty five years old ?? we will have to wait as the old rule book has been scrapped and the new guide lines are still not finalised in reguards to Modifed and Replica.
    Last edited by redbrowed; 3rd February 2011 at 04:37 PM. Reason: funny faces

  15. #55
    Hi Red. My MK1 dirt rally car is on a CH permit thru a particular club that caters for historic rally cars. It was built within a set of CAMS regulations that allowed for period modifucations and technology that was available pre 1968. Thus the club did not have any issues in verifying and signing the permits off. Over the years, with the rolling 25 year date, the lines for later cars have become a bit blurred, as for example a zetec engine could be fitted to a mk1 cortina and that car run as a "clubman" rally car, and under the "CH" permit would not have to be "engineered". When the new logbooks are getting issued, the club inspector is requesting a RWC or written engineering report verifying the vehicle. I beleive their will be quite a few cars that will not automatically get logbooked on the new scheme with the club, as he, with the comittees blessing, is not prepared to sign off on some cars.

  16. #56
    Ted, are you suggesting that a CAMS log book attached to " ANY " vechical gives it ligatment clarification and VicRoads along with the Permit officer will except that ? Been out and about every day now in the old Classic , the other book allows me to drive untill the expiry date of the current Permit which means i will get at least an extra 31 days plus 90 = 121 for this current year.
    Last edited by redbrowed; 4th February 2011 at 06:28 AM. Reason: things

  17. #57
    Red, the CAMS logbook has no legimitization in regards to vicroads. Where the HRA in the past was happy to sign off on it's historic rally cars, being the pre 1968 period modified class, It is not comfortable in signing off on cars that are modified with components outside the perod. A mk1 cortina or escort with a zetec would be eligible for a RP (rally permit) not a CH permit. Personally I have my doubts as to the legimitacy of a MK2 Escort running a motec injected BDG, a sequential gearbox, brembos ect. It may look like a 1976 escort from the outside, but...................The new system will be a bonus for all of us.

  18. #58
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    Hey Red R U coming to SFS this Sunday ??

    If not why not

    Phil M

  19. #59
    Just a quick question for those in the know...

    I know that I have to supply a RWC to the club when applying for CH plates, But do I need to get a RWC every 12 months?
    I expect not, but you never know!

    Regards to all, Matthew.

  20. #60
    pmolly Guest
    No Matty , all thats needed is the car is sighted twice a year

    This n may be at a club run etc (eg Small Ford Sunday etc) just to verify no major mods have been made
    eg a V8 transplant etc
    Regards

    Phil M

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