registration is open to all Camaro-Firebird.org club members, as per the club rules. To
apply for club rego you must have a minimum of 50 posts in the message forum and at least
6 months club membership - OR - Have attended 2 club runs and at least 6 months club
membership. The Committee retains the right to review this criteria, and there is a $60.00
Plate Fee per year, payable to the club.
The club will require the following from applicants:
- At least 5 good quality pictures of the car, including one of the engine and one of the
- Proof of current comprehensive insurance
- Current pink slip (Safety Check Inspection Report from a NSW Authorised RTA inspection
- Chassis number, body number, and engine number.
Any modifications to the vehicle will void your insurance policy, and any breach of the
rules will result in immediate notification to the RTA and the Police, as well as any
other relevant authorities. The club rules for NSW Conditional Registration are provided
Camaro-Firebird.org Inc Club Rules for NSW Conditional Registration Scheme.
Part 1 - Eligibility
1.1. The NSW Conditional Registration Scheme for Historic vehicles only applies to
financial members and NSW residents.
1.2. All Vehicles must be a minimum of 30 years old, the onus of proof of age shall be
with the applicant for Club Plates. However the final arbitrator shall be the Club
1.3. Vehicles must be as close to original condition as possible, with no alterations
except for safety features such as seat belts and turn indicators or period accessories
and options, if desired.
1.4. Plate applications are open to any financial Member.
1.5. All applicants for Club Plates shall be handed a copy of these Regulations and Rules.
1.6. Authorised RTA inspectors are the only Persons authorised to certify Vehicles
roadworthy under these regulations.
Part 2 - Club Events
2.1. Vehicles covered by Veteran and Vintage Motor Vehicle Permits shall only be
used for Club events, except as set out in Part 3 - Servicing of Club Vehicles.
2.2. Club events shall be : -
2.2.1. Events as set out on the Club events calendar.
2.2.2. Events conducted by the Council of Veteran, Vintage and thoroughbred Motor Clubs or
affiliated Car Clubs to which an official written invitation has been received by the
2.2.3. Events conducted by the NSW Automotive Museum Association to which an official
invitation has been received by the Club.
2.2.4. Any publicly accessible event or meeting, or any meeting that is visible by the
Clubs Club Plate Coordinator, or listed on the Club internet site, is an event posted into
the Clubs calendar, and therefore eligible for allowance of participation by Members with
Club Plated Cars, subsequent to those Members contacting the Club Plate Coordinator for an
Part 3 - Servicing of Vehicles
3.1. Please note that all movements of the Club Vehicles must be recorded in the
official minutes or a day book held by the Secretary or Registrar of the Club.
3.2. Journeys necessary for the servicing or road testing of Vehicles may only be up to
ten miles (16 kms) from the notified garaging place of the said Vehicle by the shortest
possible route and are permitted at any time, but the movement of the vehicle must be
3.2.1. Any longer runs necessary for the servicing of Vehicles may only be made after
receiving permission from the Roads and Traffic Authorities as per their Rules and
Regulations. This permission must be properly recorded in the Club Records by the person
approving the movement with full details of time, place and reason.
3.2.2. Service runs for road testing a Vehicle after extensive work must not exceed 20
miles (32 kms) radius of the point of garaging. Permission to be obtained as above, in
Part 4 - Responsibility of Permit Holders
4.1. All enquiries must be directed to the Plates Registrar. Individual approaches
to the Roads and Traffic Authority are not permitted. Plates are issued to a Member of the
Club and are not transferable.
4.2. Plates must be immediately returned to the Roads and Traffic Authority : -
4.2.1. In the event of the sale of the Vehicle on which they are issued.
4.2.2. Upon the Member's resignation from the Club
4.2.3. Upon the Member's failure to remain a financial Member within the meaning of the
Constitution of the Club or on failure to pay any levy that may be constitutionally
approved by a duly constituted Club meeting.
4.2.4. At the directive of a Club Committee decision.
4.2.5. If the Club considers the Vehicle has been made unsafe or altered after it has been
4.3. Club Plates are issued in belief that the Member's prime intended use is for Club
outings. The Committee retains the right to reconsider eligibility for issue or renewal
should this cease to be the case or if the Vehicle does not attend Club outings during the
year without good cause.
4.4. NOTE: Failure to return Roads and Traffic Authority issued Historic Plates
will result in immediate notification to the relevant authorities that an unregistered
Vehicle is being used from your Address.
Part 5 - Annual Vehicle Inspection
5.1. All Vehicles must undergo an annual inspection by an Authorised RTA inspection
station and obtain a Safety check inspection report (Pink Slip), as evidence that the
Vehicle is roadworthy. All Vehicles must adhere to Road and Traffic Authority's Rules and
Regulations for the registration of unregistered vehicles.
5.2. Moneys payable for Veteran and Vintage Motor Permits shall be paid on or before the
annual registration date to the Roads and Traffic Authority.
5.3. Chassis, body and engine numbers will form part of the identification of a vehicle
issued with Club Plates - any change must be notified in writing to the Club Plate
Part 6 - Insurance Requirements
6.1. A minimum Insurance cover of Comprehensive Insurance is required. Proof of
cover must be provided to the Club Registrar before Veteran and Vintage Motor Vehicle
Permits will be issued.
Last updated November 25, 2002.