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Old 16th May 2011, 01:35 PM
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Hey Monsieur Grocer

It's been a long time.

I'm arriving in Greece next week armed with the V5, insurance, IDL, passport and ferry tickets. The V5 will be signed 'pre' entry.

I spoke to the DVLA and they corroborate the 'theory' behind the Export tear-off on the V5.

The gentleman concerned in Greece will have to get it licenced, taxed and Greek MOT'd within 30 days. I'm guessing the tax / import tax / duty would be minimal as the car is 40 years old and worth monetarily nothing but it is legendarily priceless.

Have I missed anything? Probably, the small print.

What's the weather like?

Cheers

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Greetings,
Just seen your message I have been in Italy for a few days. Hope all goes well for you, weather dry, cloudy but warm ave. 24 C. Italy on the other hand around Taranto was much hotter........

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Just quickly I had a car that was 20 years old and they wanted thousands of euros for Greek plates it was ridiculous. We scrapped it in the end. They worked out the price from when it was new

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