[ROVERNET - UK] Rover SD1 legal issues
glenwilson at cavtel.net
Tue Apr 18 01:05:23 BST 2006
I think your 1925 Rover still complies with all of the Federal clean air
and auto safety regulations in effect when it was manufactured!
On Mon, 2006-04-17 at 14:48 -0700, Gundry, Kenneth wrote:
> I realize 80 years is a bit different from 25, but I had no trouble
> importing my 1925 Rover 16/50 from Britain into California and
> registering it, except that the DMV lost the papers and took ten months
> to issue the proper documents! It is exempt of all California emission
> testing, and I don't think California cares how I use it, although my
> insurance allows only 3000 miles a year.
> Ken G (San Francisco)
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> Subject: RE: [ROVERNET - UK] Rover SD1 legal issues
> I know in NY state things are fairly okay if your car is older than 25
> years. I'm not sure about the fed' emission stuff as my 2000TC is too
> old to really have anything in that line on it.
> But I think that the 25 year rule also counts for vehicles coming in
> from foriegn countries too. But as they say "Don't quote me on that".
> Handy if you import from Eurpoe say.....
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