A permanent committee position of Club Plate Registrar exists to manage the scheme and this position is held by Les Johnson who is seen in the picture above in his 1924 Silver Ghost at the Club’s 30th Anniversary Event in the Southern Highlands.

The policy guidelines booklet can be downloaded here.

To qualify for club plates your car must be 30 years old and be unmodified.  The scheme is highly attractive in that the cost of registration and insurance are dramatically reduced.  You can only use you car on club runs and to get mechanical work completed ... additionally, the TSCC is an RMS approved club to participate in the 60 day log book trial introduced in the last quarter of 2015.  The trial was extended in October 2017 for a further two years.

If you choose to opt in to the trial and if your current historic registration has 3 months or more to run, simply go to the RMS and apply and you will be issued with a log book.  You can then use your historic plated vehicle for all TSCC calendar events plus 60 days per annum for any other usage including interstate trips.


Peter Van Dyk’s very rare Jensen Healey attended the Spa Day at Sam Movizio’s