I think as far as getting plates for an older car, doesn't it vary depending on where you live? I might be wrong, but I think where I live you can get an "antique" license plate when the vehicle is 50 years old. And I think there might be a "classic" plate for those at 25. I didn't start as early as age but I do like working on cars.
Steve, I don't know how close you are to Detroit, but maybe you would like the Woodward Cruise. It isn't your normal car show.
Antique doesn't apply to cars - as I said earlier. Cars are vintage , veteran or classic in UK. Over 20 years old usually means a wreck unless restored. Rust rules! And I only ever owned one car - decided I prefered bikes - part owned my first at 10. It used to be you didn't pay road tax on cars over 25 years old, but they stopped that a few years ago. This is turning into yet another waffle thread :bounce
Like Juran said it is where you live.I was referring to my area or my Province and I like working on older cars mostly 50s.60s and 70s.The newer cars are a headache as you can't work on them in your own garage .
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My 1969 Olds 442 finally moved from my dad's garage to mine. Maybe now I can get some work done on it. I just had a guy stop by the other day wanting to know if I needed parts. He has almost every body part I need and is willing to sell them at a good price. Woohoo. Just wait till Spring gets here and the weather is warm enough for me to work on it.
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