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The DVLA has no record of my classic car - how do I get it registered again?

I have owned my 1965 Volkswagen Beetle 1300 since early 1966. The reg is GXE 537C but it has been off the road for many years. I am aiming to sell it but DVLA tell me it has no record of the vehicle. I still have the original green 'log book'. What is the procedure to get this car into the system again?

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Head over to: www.gov.uk/vehicle-registration/old-vehicles. You need to fill in form V765 and send it together with the original logbook to: K and R, DVLA SA99 1ZZ. Rod at Historic VWs can help with the endorsement (www.historicvws.co.uk/dvla).
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