I have been given an old car which has been stored in a barn at my grandads since the mid 70s. It's going to need considerable work before it goes back on the road, but before I start spending money on it I want it to be officially 'mine' It was bought by my grandad, I have the purchase receipt, and was a gift to my mum and uncle. They are both alive and can verify this and that I can have the car. Now, it doesn't have a proper v5, it was last on the road before they were issued by a centralised dvlc / dvla. I have the original blue paper Norfolk county council registration card complete with vehicle details, chassis and engine number, previous keepers etc. How do I turn this into a proper v5? I assumed I could just fill in a form and send £25, but as it's only ever been registered with the local office will it even be on the dvla system or do I have to go through the process of getting the vehicle inspected and verified first?