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Offline lemski

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Re: The DVLA Information Thread
« Reply #100 on: 09 April 2016, 13:34 »
It does take weeks normally

Offline hardmonkeys

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Re: The DVLA Information Thread
« Reply #101 on: 09 April 2016, 22:36 »
I bought a MK5 Golf 3 weeks ago now, still no V5 through yet...they said 4-6 weeks, so you did well to get t so quick
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Offline geoffdunk

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Re: The DVLA Information Thread
« Reply #102 on: 07 May 2016, 16:07 »
I have purchased 2 cars recently and sold one with a plate transfer and the V5 was return for all 3 transactions within 5 days!!!!

Offline sjr999r

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Re: The DVLA Information Thread
« Reply #103 on: 27 February 2017, 06:21 »
Morning. I've bought a mk5 gti on nothern Irish plates (registered by a vw dealer in   enniskillen in 2005) the car came over to the UK in 2008. How easy is it to change the plate to a 55/05?
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Offline Gulfstream11

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Re: The DVLA Information Thread
« Reply #104 on: 07 March 2017, 12:32 »
Hi.
I purchased my last car an edition 30 from N Ireland. It was first registered in Gloucester then the guy I bought it from picked it up. When I bought it the NI plates were on and I wanted the original 57 plate as registered by VW Gloucester. I got a strict NO from wahtever the DVLA is over there.
Once plated up NI you are stuck with it.. The bonus.. It was'nt a BAZ FAZ CAZ etc etc.

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Offline hardmonkeys

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Re: The DVLA Information Thread
« Reply #105 on: 07 March 2017, 17:33 »
What's the plate? If you don't mind puttin on here? If not pm me it...seems a faff but if you put it on retention, they will issue another age related plate, which maybe the original, I only ask what it is, as I might be interested for my Cabrio
'05 VW Golf Mk V GT TDI Laser Blue
'98 VW Golf Mk IV GTi Black
'97 VW Golf Mk III GTi
'10 Audi A4 B8 SE Multitronic

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'58 VW Golf Mk V GT Sport TDI Steel Grey

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MK3.5 Cabrio 2.0 8v Automatic to 2.0 16v Manual Conversion Project

http://www.golfgtiforum.co.uk/index.php?topic=272728.0