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    #16
    Changes are as follows

    1. If car has never been registered in Australia must also have VASS Certification before proceeding to roadworthy stage.

    2. New applicants required to have several dated photos of all sides of the car engine chassis and any other ID markings which the club must hold on file and supply should Vic Roads audit our member base.

    3. Roadworthy now required by Vic Roads for all new applicants (formerly just our club rule).

    Thats about it unless your car is highly modified in which case opens up a whole new can of worms that I am yet to fully understand the implications of.
    Clyde Boyer
    TYP 901 Register Inc.
    President
    Early S Register Member #294
    R Gruppe Member #366


    72 2.5ST LHD US (getting motor)

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      #17
      The sticky has now been updated
      Clyde Boyer
      TYP 901 Register Inc.
      President
      Early S Register Member #294
      R Gruppe Member #366


      72 2.5ST LHD US (getting motor)

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        #18
        Hi Clyde et al,
        A quick question regarding the VASS certification - are you sure ALL must have a VASS certificate? The reason I ask is that I am in the process of registering my imported 1966 912 and I don't believe it needs one.

        I've read the VicRoads website and it mentions the requirements for having a VASS are


        You will need to get a Vehicles Assessment Signatory Scheme (VASS) approval certificate when the vehicle:
        • is modified outside what is permitted in the Vehicle Standards or the guidelines as specified below or
        • the vehicle was not originally manufactured in Australia, does not have any previous Australian registration history and was manufactured after 31 December 1968 (30 June 1975 for motorcycles).
        It could very well be I've missed/misread something too!

        Regards,
        N

        Originally posted by Terminator View Post
        Changes are as follows

        1. If car has never been registered in Australia must also have VASS Certification before proceeding to roadworthy stage.

        2. New applicants required to have several dated photos of all sides of the car engine chassis and any other ID markings which the club must hold on file and supply should Vic Roads audit our member base.

        3. Roadworthy now required by Vic Roads for all new applicants (formerly just our club rule).

        Thats about it unless your car is highly modified in which case opens up a whole new can of worms that I am yet to fully understand the implications of.
        1966 912 (LHD)

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          #19
          Depends if your 66 has ever been registered in Australia before.

          If it has your OK, if it hasn't its pretty clear you need VASS.

          This is the paragraph you quoted from Vic Roads and its very clear.

          the vehicle was not originally manufactured in Australia, does not have any previous Australian registration history and was manufactured after 31 December 1968 (30 June 1975 for motorcycles).
          Clyde Boyer
          TYP 901 Register Inc.
          President
          Early S Register Member #294
          R Gruppe Member #366


          72 2.5ST LHD US (getting motor)

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            #20
            Clyde, it says manufactured after 68, his car is a 66. So does he still need the VASS cert ?
            sigpicPhil Lack
            TYP901 Register Inc. # 002 (Founding President)
            Early 911-S Registry # 690
            R-Gruppe # 367
            '72 911E 2.4 Coupe (UK delivered)
            '15 MB CLA 250 Sport Shooting Brake - daily
            2001 360 F1 Modena coupe
            1997 993 C2S coupe - 6 spd, widebody

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              #21
              I would say he does not need a VASS. The legislation is fairly clear.

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                #22
                Originally posted by PCM911T View Post
                I would say he does not need a VASS. The legislation is fairly clear.
                I agree.

                If I were to expand or reword the line

                the vehicle was not originally manufactured in Australia, does not have any previous Australian registration history and was manufactured after 31 December 1968 (30 June 1975 for motorcycles).

                It would be:
                (1) If the vehicle was manufactured after 31 December 1968 (30 June 1975 for motorcycles)
                AND either
                (a) the vehicle was not originally manufactured in Australia, OR
                (b) does not have any previous Australian registration history


                As my car doesn't meet criteria (1) the subsequent criteria are not applicable.
                1966 912 (LHD)

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                  #23
                  My bad didn't read correctly or brain wasn't working

                  All cars imported in to Vic manafactured before 31 Dec 1968 are NOT subject to ADR hence no need for VASS in those circumstances so I agree with you Nicholas no VASS needed just a RWC and a bunch of dated photos and application forms.
                  Last edited by Terminator; 10-06-15, 03:38 PM.
                  Clyde Boyer
                  TYP 901 Register Inc.
                  President
                  Early S Register Member #294
                  R Gruppe Member #366


                  72 2.5ST LHD US (getting motor)

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by Terminator View Post
                    My bad didn't read correctly or brain wasn't working.
                    Hourly event for me
                    1966 912 (LHD)

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                      #25
                      I got pulled up today for the first time ever by the rozzers, asking to check my Log Book. All in order (of course) but I got the distinct impression from the officers concerned that they (Highway Patrol) were definitely under instructions to ramp up the Club Rego inspections in the near future!

                      So..... FILL IN YOUR LOG BOOKS PLEASE!

                      Mark Munro
                      '76 911 Carrera 3.0 coupe
                      '69 MGB GT track car
                      TYP901 Register #196

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                        #26
                        Yep. I was told by my father in law (ex copper) last weekend, that the next few months will be a crack down on club reg for those doing the wrong thing. So be expected to be pulled over for an inspection over the next few months.
                        Lyndon Kennedy

                        US 72 911T

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                          #27
                          Gees a few tradies will be in trouble then with their old utes!!!
                          Clyde Boyer
                          TYP 901 Register Inc.
                          President
                          Early S Register Member #294
                          R Gruppe Member #366


                          72 2.5ST LHD US (getting motor)

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                            #28
                            I leave mine on the drivers seat so I cant drive off and forget!
                            Justin Reed
                            aka Reedminor
                            1968 911L #11810329
                            1961 356B #114700
                            Instagram: reedminor

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                              #29
                              Log books

                              Finally a use for the 911 ash tray! Log book and pen - right in view each drive.

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                                #30
                                Originally posted by Terminator View Post
                                Gees a few tradies will be in trouble then with their old utes!!!


                                so really, we should celebrate the fact that they are policing it!!!
                                Richard Griffiths
                                1970 911T 2.8

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