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Old 22nd January 2010, 08:18 PM
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Caelm a question, how easy is it to get a registration in Sweden on your own build car? Here in Holland it is very hard almost impossible and very expensive.
A regestration will cost over 1000 euro overhere.
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Old 22nd January 2010, 10:22 PM
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Hello teun. The legal stuff costs about the same here, 800 to 1000 euro.

Personaly I think it is easy to build a car and get the registrationplates. The rules för build car is our VVFS 2003:22 and nowdays I more or less knows every part of it.

Why is it so hard in Holland? Are there many specialrules you have or?
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Old 23rd January 2010, 12:17 AM
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Thank you aerosam. I am in a hurry to get the frame and also the car on wheels. Today or more like tonight I will go out to the garage and do a bit of welding.

Tomorrow I hope to finish the rear part of the frame.

How far have you come with you car project? Frame, engine, IRS?
Hi Cealm, thanks for your reply. Please click the link at the bottom of my posts and my build blog will show you my progress. I try to upate every time I achieve a minor milestone but I think my build is going much slower than yours.

As you have done I have gone quite far away from Chris Gibbs plans to fit my own engine and running gear.
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Old 23rd January 2010, 05:24 AM
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Godmorning. It now 06:00 (about) local time. I set the alarmclock at 5:50 now its time to go out welding the frame. That was the last thing I did yesterday and this will be the first thing today. The goal is to have the frame ready today.

Nice blog aerosam. And a special note for your fine "to do list" that must be the ultimate "whiteboard" or is it called "al-board"?
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Old 23rd January 2010, 08:18 AM
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Welding, welding and welding.....

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Old 23rd January 2010, 08:25 AM
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Hi, Nice work going on there

i like your steel build table jig too.

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Old 23rd January 2010, 08:39 AM
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Hi HandyAndy. Thank you.

Yes the steel jig is very useful making frame cars. The next car, number five, will be an CelamSeven-Kobra. It will be a car with a monoque frame but also looks like a Seven. It will be possible to run the car just like a Seven and then only with metalsheet as bodywork. If I feel like it I can build a Cobra-replica "plastic-cover" and I have then a Kobra-car instead.

But for the moment I have two cars to finish before the CealmSeven-Kobra.

Maybe also the finsh my new steamcar. It is not read yet but the car is on wheels. The steamengine is not mounted yet but the boiler, a heavy one 400 kg, is on place.

To Seven first.
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Old 23rd January 2010, 08:44 AM
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wow
at this rate you,ll be starting a production line in concept cars,

I do admire your mechanical challenges you set yourself

I,d be happy completing just 1 build, which reminds me.... i better get to the workshop & get some work done on my car.

good luck with completing the chassis today.......on wheels by tomorrow eh?

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Old 23rd January 2010, 08:55 AM
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HandyAndy: not on wheels tomorrow but the framebuild must be ready.

I have four thread om the swedish www.locostsweden.se forum
You can read them with Google translations tool.
Have you worked with that tool before?
This is the link to the first replay in the "Seven-eletric-thread"
Just cut and paste it into the line i Google for website translation
http://www.locostsweden.se/ipb/index...opic=6609&st=0

Ok I know you may have some fun when Google try to translate but it can give you quite a good idé of what I say in the thread.

Try the tool, and tell me if Google is doing "a good job" to help you understand Swedish.
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Old 23rd January 2010, 08:57 AM
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not tried that translating tool yet, i,m just off to the workshop at Saturn Sports Cars to get some work done on my car,
i,ll have a look at the info later today & get back to you.

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