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FFVE examine the data provided to them to check that the vehicle is essentially the same as when it was originally manufactured. When that are satisfied that that is the case they issue the document which serves as a CofC.
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I thought this thread was about :
You learn from your mistakes but it's much quicker and cheaper to learn from the mistakes of other people !
Only applies to vehicles they have manufacturers original data for, that's why/how you can get an MGB roadster modified with a 4.6lt fuel injected V8 by them!
Basically as long as the car tallies with what the V5 says that's all you'll need.
A couple of years ago when I last imported a car FFVE attestations were taking up to 3 months to produce, I don't know if it's got better or worse.
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