It's a LOT harder to put antique/vintage or collector tags on old cars here. They have to be original/stock, in collectors shape and even then can not be driven as daily drivers. just for shows, parades etc., they have pretty limited coverage too.
As far as the US, I know the rules were different but similar, you might want to check the state guidelines on that.
A 1990 F-150 is quite a trick to keep on the road these days. From 87-94 they had some real issues and almost lost their place on top of the market. I've laid a few 88's and a 91 to rest myself and I NEVER like to let a car die, I feel I have let both it and myself down if I don't strip and rebuild it.
Good show though, keep her chuggin' along as long as you can!
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