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blue peter it.
If you think two weeks is a long wait for something in Australia.......... welcome to Australia
Be interested to hear how you get on with your TVR - only time I've seen one over here, the owner told me it really didn't like the heat here.
Sometimes the grass will appear greener on the other side because it has been fertilised by bull****
you could always black out your uk plates... spray paint them and then fit oz plates to the uk ones which you know fit the car, no new holes in the car.... just a thought
Last edited by csobrien1966; 18-02-2010 at 05:05 AM.
ANGELA,CHRIS IN REAL ESTATE,CONOR 15 going on 22 and SHEA 8 going on 15.
'A new way to do business'
Paint the numbers and letters on = problem solved.
Hi again everyone - we sorted out the car's registration plate problem! In case anyone else has the same problem in the future i wanted to tell you how we did it..
The backplate was an easy Blue peter job - husband took off the old registration plate, reversed it, spray painted it in black gloss (it's white plastic on the back), then bolted the new Aussie number plate onto the old British one, and screwed the British plate onto the existing holes in the back of the car. It looks fantastic as the whole thing is recessed into the back of the car so you cant tell at all that it was a quick fix.
Front could have been done the same way but unlike the back the number plate is not recessed in (bolted onto the grill in front) so two plates bolted on top of each other would have looked a bit cr*p. So husband bought a black shelf bracket from Bunnings, drilled some holes in it to match the existing holes in the front grill of the car, attached the bracket to the grill, then the Aussie plate on to the bracket. Problem solved! :)