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Title: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: mikegamble on 13 August, 2014, 09:38:45 AM
I've just noted that my car was registered in the UK on the 12th of March 1974. I'm guessing that the vehicle will have been constructed a while before that and was wondering how I would go about establishing the manufacture date of my car?

Do Lancia have a 'Heritage' centre who can verify such things?


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: Justin McArdle on 13 August, 2014, 10:26:37 AM
Mike
All 2000 HFs were manufactured by 1973. You will need a letter from the club confirming as such. I previously detailed the process in other posts. It represents a 225.00 annual saving.

You should join the Flavia 2000 consortium http://www.flavia2000consortium.org.uk/home/

Colin Clamp of the consortium is a great help and can also  arrange for panels to be made.


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: stuwilson128 on 13 August, 2014, 02:27:22 PM
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how I would go about establishing the manufacture date of my car?

If you contact Barbara Longlands she will be able to confirm the date your car was made.  Her contact details can be found in Viva Lancia in the useful contact section, under Secretary.


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: mikegamble on 13 August, 2014, 03:33:31 PM
Mike
All 2000 HFs were manufactured by 1973. You will need a letter from the club confirming as such. I previously detailed the process in other posts. It represents a 225.00 annual saving.

You should join the Flavia 2000 consortium http://www.flavia2000consortium.org.uk/home/

Colin Clamp of the consortium is a great help and can also  arrange for panels to be made.

Cheers for all the info. If you could point me in the direction of one of your previous threads I'll have a read through the process.
I was unaware there was a flavia consortium but, I'll be joining this evening!


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: mikegamble on 13 August, 2014, 03:35:09 PM
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how I would go about establishing the manufacture date of my car?

If you contact Barbara Longlands she will be able to confirm the date your car was made.  Her contact details can be found in Viva Lancia in the useful contact section, under Secretary.

Although I have joined the club, I have not yet received my membership card or my first copy of Viva Lancia so am unable to contact here. If someone could post them here, I would be very grateful.


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: stuwilson128 on 14 August, 2014, 10:08:32 AM
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how I would go about establishing the manufacture date of my car?

If you contact Barbara Longlands she will be able to confirm the date your car was made.  Her contact details can be found in Viva Lancia in the useful contact section, under Secretary.

Although I have joined the club, I have not yet received my membership card or my first copy of Viva Lancia so am unable to contact here. If someone could post them here, I would be very grateful.

I have sent you a message with Barbaras contact details.

Stuart


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: mikegamble on 14 August, 2014, 04:37:43 PM
Mike
All 2000 HFs were manufactured by 1973. You will need a letter from the club confirming as such. I previously detailed the process in other posts. It represents a 225.00 annual saving.

You should join the Flavia 2000 consortium http://www.flavia2000consortium.org.uk/home/

Colin Clamp of the consortium is a great help and can also  arrange for panels to be made.

None of the email address seem valid, even when I do change the word 'dot' for a '.'!
Has anybody got a valid address?


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: lancialulu on 14 August, 2014, 04:44:14 PM
Mike

Sent you a Pm....

Tim


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: mikegamble on 14 August, 2014, 05:37:02 PM
Apologies, I meant any of the contact details for anyone in the Flavia Consortium. The email addresses shown don't seem to work.


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: Justin McArdle on 14 August, 2014, 09:58:12 PM
Hi Mike

Contact details for joining the consortium:

Alan Collinson
Consortium Sec.
 
01223 236707
07831311359
alancollinsonac@btinternet.com


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: mikegamble on 14 August, 2014, 10:17:02 PM
Hi Mike

Contact details for joining the consortium:

Alan Collinson
Consortium Sec.
 
01223 236707
07831311359
alancollinsonac@btinternet.com


Many thanks, a job for tomorrow.


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: Justin McArdle on 14 August, 2014, 10:20:55 PM
Mike
Procedure for changing DVLA details is as follows. This is for vehicles which require evidence of date of manufacture which cannot be processed at the Post Office. The taxation class can be changed at any time and existing road tax refunded after historic vehicle tax disc received.

Complete Section 7 (Changes to current vehicle) of V5 document (logbook)
Enter "HISTORIC" under Tax class

Send V5 form, COMPLETED V10 FORM FOR NEW TAX DISC, current MOT (original not copy) and evidence of  date of manufacture to DVLA Swansea SA99 1DZ.

New tax disc will be issued within 2 weeks. Original documents returned within 4 weeks

To get refund for previous road tax obtain V14 form and send to DVLA. Only complete months refunded


Title: Re: Obtaining a tax exempt certificate.
Post by: mikegamble on 25 August, 2014, 06:02:50 AM
Mike
Procedure for changing DVLA details is as follows. This is for vehicles which require evidence of date of manufacture which cannot be processed at the Post Office. The taxation class can be changed at any time and existing road tax refunded after historic vehicle tax disc received.

Complete Section 7 (Changes to current vehicle) of V5 document (logbook)
Enter "HISTORIC" under Tax class

Send V5 form, COMPLETED V10 FORM FOR NEW TAX DISC, current MOT (original not copy) and evidence of  date of manufacture to DVLA Swansea SA99 1DZ.

New tax disc will be issued within 2 weeks. Original documents returned within 4 weeks

To get refund for previous road tax obtain V14 form and send to DVLA. Only complete months refunded

Many thanks for the info. I've got my dating letter from Barbara Longlands and hopefully a MOT shouldn't be too far in the distant future so I'll get on with it then.