Motorcycle dating certificate

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This lovely old 1972 Yamaha had spent its days in Colorado USA where the air is clean and had not suffered any corrosion whatsoever.

It was imported into the UK in October 2013 without its US title.

To obtain a dating certificate it is necessary to contact the club archivist via the club website in the first instance, or by using the postal address shown in the list of Club Officers found in Torque, the club magazine.

The issuing of a certificate cannot be done via email. In all cases, it is necessary to supply, in writing by post, the FULL engine and frame numbers including all prefixes or suffixes and other data from the headstock/VIN plate. As a minimum you should have photos of both sides of the bike, the Engine Number, and the Frame Number.

Please note that materials supplied will be retained for our records unless return requested and postage supplied.

We are required by DVLA to keep records of all Machine Dating requests in case of disputes between DVLA and machine owners.

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Details of old registration numbers, or if you have any original Bills of Sale or Service documents then this will make the job much easier.

Also needed is some information as to what you think the bike is, and what year it may be made, if it is relevant. Please remember to enclose a A4 SAE stamped large letter for the reply.

In fact, any dated information you can supply on your machine will make your case that much stronger.

Motorbike Registrations took care of tye rest and she will be gracing the UK roads this Summer !

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