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Ill let the pictures do the talking....but there a few mods on her.....

TTE Uprated Shocks and Springs

Tinted Windows

Toyota Team Europe Spoiler

18" Alloy wheels

K&N filter

Full Cat Back POWERFLOW Exhaust..

TTE Front Bumper

Sony Xplod CD Player

2 x 6X9 Poineer Speakers in Parcel shelf

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Very nice mate. How come the car changed from an S-plate to a NI one?

I suspect the car/owner has moved from the UK to Ireland, and I think I'm right in saying if you stay there for more than 12 months you have to register your car with Irish number plates otherwise insurance companys don't like it ?

Could be wrong though :thumbsup:

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Very nice mate. How come the car changed from an S-plate to a NI one?

I suspect the car/owner has moved from the UK to Ireland, and I think I'm right in saying if you stay there for more than 12 months you have to register your car with Irish number plates otherwise insurance companys don't like it ?

Could be wrong though :thumbsup:

Car looks great!! What a change and a good location for the photos :thumbsup:

Yep, it appears the car was transferred from either England/Scotland/Wales to Northern Ireland. This would require the owner to re-register it in Northern Ireland. The owner can decide whether to keep the original plate or request a Northern Ireland plate (if resident in Northern Ireland).

If owner is resident in Republic of Ireland, then he/she has thirty days to re-register the car and pay import duty (Vehicle Registration Tax) and is allocated a Republic of Ireland registration plate only.

A quick free online check shows it is the same car for both registration plates. If the car was taken to Republic of Ireland the plate would look something like 98-D-123456 etc. (assuming the car is 1998, i'm guessing it is around that age and if re-registered in Dublin, it would be different for other counties but in the form YY-CC-SSSSSS where:

YY — a 2-digit year (e.g. 98 for 1998)

CC — a 1- or 2-character county identifier (e.g. D for Dublin; SO for Sligo).

SSSSSS — a 1- to 6-digit sequence number, starting with the first vehicle registered in the county that year

Insurance companies in Republic of Ireland will insure car with foreign plates no problem but Customs will impound car if in country for more than thirty days :crybaby:

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@ PaulinhoT

Thanks for the update i dont mind there rep aslong the kit comes out ok :P do you maybe heve a link for me?

And indeed it looks awsome :thumbsup: i wish BigDougz could tell me how he got his hands on his decal kit :drool:

Greets.

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