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me and a mate are thinking of purchasing a car. from auction in australia. Its damaged (as its our project car), it has been registered and still has the rego plates on it, but the compliance plates are missing.

Are you able to get them remade?

If so you how much?

Any advice would be helpful.

-SiNDOWS

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the question is did the plate fall off, or has it been removed for some reason? ie has the car been written off? if so you may not be able to repair. and re-register it. If you just want it as a spares car or track car, that is no problem, but if you want it as a street car you will need to know this before buying. The auction house should be able to fill you in.

my only other advice is don't bid much over $4k for it.

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Is it a 15yr old import, or SEVS? Either way I would contact DOTARS on 1800 815 272 and enquire about the situation. Have you checked to see it the vehicle still has the import approval with it? If so it will make your situation so much easier to get a definitive answer.

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the question is did the plate fall off, or has it been removed for some reason? ie has the car been written off? if so you may not be able to repair. and re-register it. If you just want it as a spares car or track car, that is no problem, but if you want it as a street car you will need to know this before buying. The auction house should be able to fill you in.

my only other advice is don't bid much over $4k for it.

Mate won it for $3k, was a bargain, needed a new radiator and thats about it and front bar...

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The car has been previously registered in NSW and is not listed as a Statutory write-off. Therefore, AFAIK, it can be re-registered as it's details are on the RTA database and it's ID can be verified via the VIN.

What did the R33 go for?

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The car has been previously registered in NSW and is not listed as a Statutory write-off. Therefore, AFAIK, it can be re-registered as it's details are on the RTA database and it's ID can be verified via the VIN.

What did the R33 go for?

$7200,

It was an absolute bargain! There was some panel damage thats it. It had sat nav and tv in the cabin, as well as log books and CP plates.

Was an awsome car for the price as well as low km's and very well looked after inside the cabin.

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