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In which case you should have no problem in future when applying for a tax disc.
To check that the DVLA have the correct Do M recorded for your bike click this link and then make the enquiry, enter reg number and manufacturer and the DVLA will tell you what information is recorded for your bike.
It seems that the use of B&W number plates follows the Historic Vehicle class, which now rolls on each year. Motobecane (Mobylette etc) Manuals can be downloaded, page by page, from this site which seems to have a comprehensive set of manuals - well worth a look if you have a Mobylette or some such.
Classic Bikes, at the moment the site is building, but there are a lot of downloadable manuals, brochures and handbooks for Triumph and Norton. Scribd There are quite a few manuals posted on this site, especially by a contributor called Thunderbird3.
That means that you do not have to tax the machine or sorn it.
Remember that as soon as you do tax the machine, it will move permanently on to the 'live' register and from then on you will either have to tax or sorn it.
I've worked through a number of my machines and in every case I've managed to track the modern NGK equivalent.
1964 Triumph Tiger Cub owners manual - all you need to know about looking after a Cub or Terrier 1903 Clement Garrard catalogue & parts - sorry about the quality but the original is over 100 years old. If the bike is known to the DVLA, then just apply for a duplicate registration document.
Again, it's the VMCC who can provide a 'statement of search' to date the machine, details of which can be found on the main If the make and registration number are known then go to this link and you can make a simple enquiry to determine if the reg number is known to the DVLA.
The exemption is for motorcycles manufactured pre-1960 - note the word 'manufactured'.
Prior to 1983 the DVLA transcribed a vehicles details from owners RF60 log books and there was no entry for 'Date of manufacture' on them.
Firstly you need to determine the authority that originally issued your registration number, that you can find in this PDF file.
There's a lot of information in the file and it has been put together in country (England, Wales, Scotland etc) order.
If anyone has any technical information to share please let the So far there are sections of PDF files, Engine and Frame numbers, Registration numbers, How to research a reg number and finally a section on where to find some online manuals.