The 260Z 2+2 is now on the Classic vehicle Scheme conditional rego..
I'll list in point form the process I went through to make it as straight forward as possible.
1/ Sign up to a ACMC affiliate club recognised by the RMS ( I used Sydney Datsun Club Inc $50/year)
2/ Print out forms 1246 & 1835 linked below
3/ If the vehicle is modified and requires an engineering cert you will need to obtain one (I didn't need one)
4/ Take your vehicle to obtain a blue slip ($63) along with form 1246 (examiner fills out section on pg3) and eng cert if you need one.
5/ Fill out form 1835 and send/email it to you car club.
6/ Form 1835 will need to then be sent to the ACMC for approval, cost is $25 which I paid to SDC who then forwarded the form on my behalf.
7/ Call the RMS to get in contact with your local center to ask if they have conditional plates available (white plate, green writing ending with D)
8/ Print and fill out for 1021, now I didnt need it but take it with you in case.
9/ Take all the forms, blue slip, old rego form and your old plates if the car is registered into the RMS
10/ They will give you a form to cancel your rego if the vehicle was registered
11/ From here on one of two things will happen: (cost $90)
a/ They would of done all this before and simply go ahead and complete your request
b/ They would of never done it before and call 3 different people over while you try explain it to everyone that this is a new system and these plates are now issued to not only tractors and trailers but classic cars also and to refer to the RMS website for details.
12/ Your issued with new plates, rego, Cert of operation and CTP
13/ Contact your insurer to update your policy to club plates (this saved me just over $200 with shannons!)
The whole process took a few weeks due to forms going back and forth, the RMS was a pain but it got done in the end and the only real disadvantage is the ugly large plates which I can live with considering the money I've saved (rego and CTP was going to cost me over 1k).
I think they did not require form 1021 because they listed the 60 day log book option in the Cert of Operation under "special conditions"
The log book is simply a piece of paper which asks you to list Date, Time, Location, Drivers name, Drivers signature.
Further help in completing the forms can be found here:
If you have further questions feel free to shoot.