AOMC Registration Records
Trace the history of your Vehicle in other States
Other States than Victoria
The AOMC has limited registration records of other states than Victoria. The following list gives some of the information available. Please Email: pjohnsto "@" melbpc.org.au (delete " " ) for advice as to what information there might be. The details required are:
- Year of Manufacture
- Known years of registration in other states (and Victoria if applicable).
- Known registration numbers in other states (and Victoria if applicable).
- Engine and chassis numbers.
List of registration data from other states than Victoria:
Veterans from 1910. e.g. No. 1 to 9142 (a handful missing or never issued ?)
Includes 95 % with make of vehicle and owner's name and address.
No dates of issue (apart from the fact that the first were in 1910).
Finished similar to Victoria in 1915 /16.
Municipal Registrations. Quite a few Councils. eg. Perth.
Not more than a handful missing or never issued.
95% of all council issues have makes but not all.
Similar to Western Australia. e.g. Council or Municipal registrations.
Most have vehicle make. These registrations are around 1915.
Then in 1921 / 22, State Registration came into being.
All Veteran registrations. The first records were destroyed in a fire and were re-registered again from around 1912, some with registration detail, some with makes and hundreds without makes.
From No. 1. Usually with full detail but again, a few "missing" or non-issued ones.
Sometimes with makes, but only approx 30% apart from a handful of missing or non issues, these finish around 5700.
Some more information on Victorian (and other state) registration plates may be found at
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