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Does any one have a physical address to mail a request for historic homologation papers to? Or perhaps someone has said papers for 1966 Mustangs? Maybe a Falcon would be close enough.

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Just curious - why do you want them?

The SCCA vintage class doesn't require them and the homologation expires 6 years after the car's production run ends so they wouldn't do you any good unless you wanted to race in a FIA vintage class. Regardless, you should get the papers for the exact car you are dealing with or they will probably not be valid. The cars you mentioned were probably homologated into Group 4. One of my friends on another board was taliking about getting copies of the homologation papers for his car recently - I'll ask him what he did and let you know.

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I believe the place to go in the US is:

A.C.C.U.S.
1500 Skokie Blvd., Suite 101
NORTHBROOK
60062 Illinois
USA

Tel : (847)272-0090
Fax : (847)272-0101

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1966 Mustang Fastback sitting in the carport waiting on a rebuild. Some of the vintage race clubs want the car built to the rules of the day, usually the 1972 SCCA GCR's. I happen to want to build to FIA rally rules if possible. I may win the Lotto this week and be able to do real vintage rallies.
Richard

>Just curious - why do you want them?
>
>The SCCA vintage class doesn't require them and the
>homologation expires 6 years after the car's production run
>ends so they wouldn't do you any good unless you wanted to
>race in a FIA vintage class. Regardless, you should get the
>papers for the exact car you are dealing with or they will
>probably not be valid. The cars you mentioned were probably
>homologated into Group 4. One of my friends on another
>board was taliking about getting copies of the homologation
>papers for his car recently - I'll ask him what he did and
>let you know.
>
>John B.
 
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