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  2. Welcome to Celica Club UK. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.

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  5. What came in the Post Today?

    Not sure where I'm going to put it yet as I'm not a big sticker fan but im sure I'll find somewhere
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  8. is this going to look dodgy to the DVLA ?

    That plate does look illegal to me in that picture? Letters look too small?
  9. is this going to look dodgy to the DVLA ?

    just as i know recently was pulled over to hear that the copper said my rear plate was a illegal plate and i virtually had to agree with him to stop getting a £100 fine .... yet they had been on the car 5 years and went through every mot from this : to this :
  10. how on earth did you manage to crack it?
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  12. Managed to crack my transmission case :-(, a day after giving her a clean underneath, made it easy to see the crack, but keeping positive gave a good excuse to move forward the oil change.
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  14. Toyota Celica ZZT231

    Toyota Celica ZZT231
  15. I imagine the difference is road legal plates and ones marketed as show plates. Road legal plates have to have the BS number (BS145 something?) and makers post code on, and they need to see your docs. Show plates dont and can be done over internet with no docs.
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  18. is this going to look dodgy to the DVLA ?

    all the ebay ones seem to be more expensive than from a local place too? I paid 7 quid each for mine with all the requisite makings on them and got them in minutes of handing over my paperwork.
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  20. If ordering from eBay as a lot are referring to they are not always legal plates the plate must comply with and have the BS mark on them to confirm they comply with - BS AU 145 D and as previously mentioned the name and postcode of the supplier, if not you can be pulled over and fined for having illegal plates which is becoming very common in the UK, Bristol officially being the worst place for being caught for illegal license plates. I am also aware a Lot of places don’t request documents but someone can have a plate made and just fit it when they intend to speed with no repercussion to them, how would you feel knowing that happened to you because someone made plates for your car without checking the documents?
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  22. Best courier to use for large parts?

    Where is it going from and too as there maybe a club member that is going those ways?
  23. Our fat-bottomed babies! Sent from my HTC One using Tapatalk
  24. Best courier to use for large parts?

    my work (we sell woodburners) use www.transglobalexpress.co.uk as a price comparison sort of website.
  25. Best courier to use for large parts?

    Paisley Freight seem reliable
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  27. is this going to look dodgy to the DVLA ?

    I doubt they'd care... Or maybe I'd not care what they thought until they'd contact me @crazy cat lady The gel ones do look nice! Have bookmarked that site now, for when I need some new ones made for mine, thanks
  28. Best courier to use for large parts?

    DPD? UPS is also good. Try ParcelMonkey or Parcel2Go for quotes.
  29. I have a back box I'll be needing to send out at some point hopefully. What is the best courier to use for such an item? I'm thinking cheap cost (of course ) and reliability of deliverance (important) in mind.
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