Woah, those are some strict rules! How close of attention do they pay? How is the possible vintage of everything proven/challenged?A small picture from the inside (before tearing everything apart to start the war against the good ol rust) , tiltable steering column is a big plus for me. Custom Tach, that looks quite ugly (not my taste at least xd). Later on I have to think about what I want to do with the middle console, probably deleting it, the "extra gauges" too. Because I was thinking about installing a Dakota Digital Tach, if someone has experience with them please share! I hope the conversion gets allowed by German Tuv, because there is a regulation that states: "Only cars with upgrades that were possible during the era of the car (which means +- 10 years of production) are allowed to get a historical vehicle license plate."
So I need to find out when Dakota Digital started producing their stuff, I believe it was something around 1986, again if someone has knowledge about that please share!
In most of the US, the individual states don’t care about older cars much. Pretty much anything goes. The few rules that pertain, aside from the most obvious like seat belts(if factory and such) are overlooked or ignored by enthusiasts and the law. Unless you are driving like an “a”hole.
What happens if you don’t have the classic plates?
I didn’t see you mention what 5 speed was in there. Did I miss that?
It’s cool to see a Nova from across the seas! Keep up the good work!