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Post by scimjim » Mon Mar 25, 2019 7:55 pm

Welcome to the forum Peter :D
Cerbera wrote:
Mon Mar 25, 2019 7:16 pm
The CoC (Certificate of Conformance in the EC/EU) is something that was introduced in about 1995. But unfortunately no CoC for any Reliant car exists and it can also not be issued because the Company doesn't exist anymore. The manufacturer is the only one authorized to issue it, no dealer, no club.
Luckily, this is incorrect and there are Certificates of Conformity (introduced in 1992) for certain models.


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Questions on Registering GTE in Switzerland

Post by Cerbera » Mon Mar 25, 2019 9:15 pm

Thank you for the welcome Jim :wink:
The CoC is issued for every individual car. If you have one, would you mail it to me ? In that case I really would be wrong and in 1992 they must have been one of the first to issue such a document. The problem is, that no one can issue new CoCs for cars not having one ...



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Post by scimjim » Mon Mar 25, 2019 9:39 pm

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SECURE DRY STORAGE FOR YOUR SCIMITAR

Current: SE5 (8Ball), TI SS1 (snotty), 1600 SS1 (G97), 1600 SS1 (C686CCR), 2.5TD SE5a (diesel 5a), 6 x random other SS1s.
Previous: SE5, 3 x SE5a, 2 x SE6a, 3 x SE6b, GTC, 2.9i GTC, 3 x 1600 SS1, 1300 SS1, Mk1 Ti Sabre, Mk1.5 CVH Sabre
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