July 12, 2020
Hi can I ask in terms of restoration. I purchased a D7 bike with d10 engine and colour is blue with silver trim. I wanna make it look like trial bike by changing exhaust to high level single seater but my real question as I don’t have v5 form and need to apply for age related number plate so do I need to keep everything as original to obtain one ? Or it is based on the frame and engine number ?
January 9, 2013
June 23, 2013
From what I understand, registration depends on the frame number. As you have no documents it may be worth getting them before starting any modifications. If the bike is a runner as is you should not have too much trouble, though it may need an inspection. Have you read through the appropriate posts on the dating section? I think they cover it all.
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June 2, 2017
The Main parts of the machine are Frame , Forks, engine/gerabox (the same thing for the Bantam ) and Wheels .
To obtain a Dating Certificate the frame which is the key componment and has to be original with a clear frame number , the frame must not be altered , modified parts welded etc from its original design.
You can use different forks , engine and wheels in the original frame however these will have to be logged on another form V627/1 Built up Vehicle Report Form.
On the dating Certificate I would state the machice has non original parts and list what they are .
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