Sweetie wrote:we have one on an A30 saloon (4 door) and the plate is on the inner wing on the engine bay, it nearly failed an mot as we could no find the vim number, it took me by surprise and I did not have an old MOT with me. it has never been on the door post. The door post has nver been painted since leaving the factory. Another strange one, never seen it in this pace before but its an Austin, could have been a friday in the factory.
Then again the AS3 is a plastic embosed like plaque on the sun visor.
Neil Evans wrote:The DVLA will, for a fee, give the registered keeper the history that they have on the car, including previous keepers and number plates the car has had. However, this usually only goes back to the late 1970s when computerised records started to be kept for older cars...
gazza82 wrote:Would a LHD US car be on DVLA records though?
Neil Evans wrote:These folk can reverse stamp the plates to original spec, though they don't appear to supply the correct plate for an A30/A35. The correct ones are available elsewhere and I'm sure they'll be able to accommodate it. There are, hopefully, security checks made to confirm you own the vehicle that you need the plate for...
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