Roadworthiness testing for vehicles of historic interest

Anything goes - chassis, V6's, V8's etc.
The road fund licence stopped paying for the roads years ago, it has always seemed odd that those that don't use their cars very much used to pay the same as those who used the roads a lot. As long as we don't end up with a total ban on substantially altered cars I'll be happy, I'd be a whole lot happier if we got left alone with paying no or nominal road tax and allowed to have an mot once a year
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A well engineered but radically modded car is safer than a badly maintained standard car. Well installed disc brakes are far better than 7" drums but count as a modification. Sadly the fun police and the stupid control the world these days.
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