Please help I`m new to Model Ts and I live in B.C.Canada
I have a question, Can a person here get a modify collector plates with a T speedster?
If any one in BC knows, please help me
I don't see why not. Did you try talking to Icky Bicky?
For the rest of the world, Icky Bicky is short for: "Insurance Corporation of British Columbia" aka ICBC. That's the gumint run mandatory vehicle insurance and registration ogre.
I see lost of modified cars at the show and shines with collector plates check with ICBC it may be a bit of a rig-a-ma-roll (complicated) but I am sure it can be done. My son-in-law works for an ICBC agent I will ask him in the next fiew days.
I'm not sure what you mean by "modify collector plates". If you mean historic or vintage plates, I don't know about B.C. but, here in Ontario, the car has to be factory original. A speedster wouldn't qualify. I've heard of guys getting their plates confiscated for that which means a tow truck ride home.
Not sure what a collecter plate is but if you are talking about a license , Kansas anyway, you can register your car with a legable Kansas plate of the year of your car. Which is nice rather than a modern plate.
This may be a good place to start.
I don't think a speedster would qualify, but their use is too restrictive in BC.(test drives are not allowed therefore no coffee runs)
I have a collector plate here in BC and this vehicle is total stock But I have a 53 Chevy truck with a 56 engine and I was told I would have to get a modified collector plate. I was just wondering if some one changed a Model T to a Speedster if it would qualify for the modified collector plates. Any one in BC Canada know. If not, I guess I will have to contact ICBC yes iky biky LOL
Looking through ICBC modified collector plate requirements it doesn't appear that a speedster would qualify. It has to have a factory manufactured body or nearly resemble a factory body and no after market or fiberglass bodies are accepted.