The green Cobra at McDonald Bros. Racing in Melbourne where my car is has SR registration.
This is Special Registration and has the prefix SR on the number plates.
It is restrictive and you will see a number of Street Rods in Australian Street Rodding carrying these Victorian plates.
Some think the SR stands for Street Rod but it is fact Special Registration and is available to all comers.
Lindsay at McDonald Bros. Racing can tell anyone in Victoria who may be interested about the process and any restrictions.
The representive for VICROADS IN Victoria is Con Manzaris a Street Rodder who looks after the testing and issue of plates. As I said it is not restricted to Street Rods only.
Have also seen the CH plates Classic Historical. They apparently work the same way with similiar restrictions and requirments.
Is the savings worth the hassle.
If you can only use the Cobra on certain days and listed/sanctioned club events.
How can you take me for joys rides around the Gold Coast
Mt. Gambier South Australia.