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not sure who you mean when you say you guys, I am a member of the nsw jeep club inc as are my 2 sons, thats why I suggested he try there.
Not you then .
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Hello all, does anybody know the ins and outs of the nsw historic or classic registration scheme?
Is there any Jeep clubs in NSW that are involved?
Has anybody had any luck getting a slightly modified vehicle through?
My thoughts are building my 74 CJ6 with a 304, 258 or a 4.0L, t18 and J20 dIt’s worth keeping the old girl if I could do the above, have a capable old Jeep that I can use a few times a year, turn up to the Jamboree and not cost me a small fortune in registration every year.

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I have/had various vehicles on Club Rego...its excellent!! especially with new law changes that mean 60days unrestricted (log book) + various sanction events

The new schemes allow for basically 2 situations (generally)

* largely unmodified Historic Vehicles (depends on Club what is acceptable, but I would suggest ur unlikely to qualify)

* modified historic vehicles

(+30yrs)

SO..in your case, you would need to find an Approving Engineer to Certify your mods (consult with them before you start), and the appropriate paperwork from him, be it a pink or blue slip.
You MUST be a member of an Approved Club AND get the approval of THEIR own certifying official (he MUST stamp your papers for RTA), usually by providing him with a pink slip, and engineers cert in your case

The benefit is reg CTP & full insurance cost me ~$200pa per vehicle

Tip: Check if the Jeep Club/s allows modified vehicles, if not its best to join clubs that do not have extremely strict rules & officials.
There is always some great technical guys in these clubs. You would probably be looking at be Registered by a "modified" vehicle club, whilst generally are less strict, the vehicle must be legally roadworthy (to the satisfaction of the Club Official)...they are wary of "abusers" of the system
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The Jeep Club of NSW can certainly help you. As the President of the club, I have been involved with both the Historic and Classic registration schemes (HVS and CVS) and I agree with most of what has been posted so far. If you can get your modifications passed for full NSW rego and engineered, then they will qualify for the cheaper Classic registration. Additionally, in my view a CJ5 with a 304 is not a modified vehicle as it was a factory option so could be registered as a Historic vehicle.
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so did you find out about modified vehicles being permissable for club rego as I believe a new rule came out about a year ago allowing it to accomodate owners of hotrods. I am doing a jeep with a 350 so I hope so, did you get any info off the nsw jeep club.
If you can get an engineer to ok the mods, then you will have no problem getting conditional registration under the Classic vehicle scheme. I have a 350 and T400 auto J10 engineered and registered under CVS.
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Thanks for all your replies 👍
Iím still thinking things through but maybe a closer to stock build would be easier, 232 or 258, T18, Holbrook longleaf springs and some skinny 33ís.
Iíll definitely join a club or 2, Iím in Maitland NSW, what clubs are around that are for the old Jeeps and use there Jeeps for what they are best at?
wee doggie, sounds like your club is a good start, do you have many older Jeepís in the club?

Thanks again, Cheers Danny
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Thought you were in that area, you have the blue cj6 for sale a few months back. NSW JEEP CLUB Inc is based in the area (Krambach). A few members live in Maitland so you will always find someone to go with as well as plenty of planned club trips. Warren also hosts the classic not plastic so yes the majority of jeeps are all old. Cheap $40 a year membership to join, if you are on facebook look up fsj and cj australia, Willys Australia, JEEP CLUB OF NSW Inc all these are great sites for the older jeeps you will get more responses from these.
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Yes that was me trying to sell the old girl, didnít get any bites so Iím going to sell my JK and keep the old CJ. Iíve had the CJ for 3-4 years, itís just sat in a shed, occasionally started. It took me years to find such a clean example, so Iím glad Iím keeping it. The more I think about it Iíll be keeping it as original as I can, itís just to clean to cut up. Iíve noticed the old Jeeps rarely come up for sale these days.
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Thanks for all your replies 👍
Iím still thinking things through but maybe a closer to stock build would be easier, 232 or 258, T18, Holbrook longleaf springs and some skinny 33ís.
Iíll definitely join a club or 2, Iím in Maitland NSW, what clubs are around that are for the old Jeeps and use there Jeeps for what they are best at?
wee doggie, sounds like your club is a good start, do you have many older Jeepís in the club?

Thanks again, Cheers Danny
Plenty of old Jeeps in our Club on Historic and Classic rego with numbers increasing steadily.
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