But I dont know what it is......?
how do you recommend I sell this bug?
Hello, the reason that we took an interest was because none of us want to see people buying something that is no quite what it sounds like (accidentally or not !)there is no reason it shouldnt be able to stay the way it is (its cool, just not when you think your getting a genuine split!)
54 Gertie wrote:
I do not understand your problem with the sale of the car as parts.....You lot have educated me and I am grateful. BUT STOP BUSTING MY FREAKING BALLS......................................Once again...thank you...........
Found this on the "Vehicles wanted" section on VZi! :wink:
Thats funny :lol: :lol: Ironically I have no doubt the car will sell for a tidy sum now anyway given the exposure its had!
busting your balls
If a car fails a VIC because its identity cannot be confirmed, it won't be entitled to retain its original registration mark. It may, be possible to register the car with DVLA if evidence of British National Type Approval in the form of a Minister's Approval Certificate can be produced. This may be obtained by applying to VOSA for a Single Vehicle Approval Inspection (please note that the 'Enhanced' category may apply). However before doing so, you'll need to obtain an alternative vehicle identification number (VIN) from the DVLA Local Office.Following a successful SVA inspection and DVLA local office assessment, a 'Q' registration mark will be allocated.