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Just thought it might be an idea to have a thread which will show people just what can be built that will pass the relevant BIVA test.

Starting with Kev's Model A Truck...




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Please feel free to add any others! :smoke:
 

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So why is everybody so worried ? Nowt wrong with any of these hotrods ? Well done to all the owners/builders etc
 

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Great idea for a thread. :tup:
With the exception of one vehicle (which isn't to my taste) I'd be happy to have any of those posted above.
 

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One was in a discontinued class where bodywork was not checked.

Once any vehicle has passed it is down to the owner , as with ANY car, to ensure it still meets C&U regulations. No law to say you must have fenders while parked on private land.
 

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thats a nice pop... well done.

I look at these pics and what I see is.... our hobby is safe and we can build stuff we want! yes its a pain having a costly test but these cars show whats possible.

well done to all these owners/builders/advisors.. lets see more
 

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If I remeber there used to be a requirement that the difference in size between front and rear wheels/tyre size had to be no more than X?. Is that true in the new teat?
 

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There is something in the Australian rules & regs regarding wheel/tyre size but I think it is based on a maximum percentage increase over the original size.
 

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I could get rat rod through BIVA ,anyone could if they actually read the book and didn't listen to pub talk.
 
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