And thanks poly. I will ask about kit cars. I actually took the trailer already to an import inspection. As mentioned earlier by others it need new lights and some other small jobs for EU compliance. About 300 squid worth. As the trailer is mint I was planning to do that . Stuff is expensive in DK I guess the cheapest OK second hand Danish trailer I could get would be 1500 quid. But you may be right , it may be the only way... Think I will actually ask the bridge consulate in denmark first. Here is what DVLA wrote me for those with an interest in this topic, interesting but not quite answering my question about VINs !
All vehicle registration and licensing in the UK is governed in accordance with the Vehicle Excise and Registration Act 1994. This Act only requires the United Kingdom to register mechanically propelled vehicles. As trailers are not mechanically propelled the legislation does not require trailers to be registered or for them to be issued with registration certificates. However, for use on UK roads trailers are required to display the registration number of the towing vehicle.
Article 3 of Council Directive 1999/37/EC on the registration documents for vehicles, requires Member States to issue a registration certificate for vehicles, which are subject to national legislation. Trailers are not mechanically propelled, therefore UK domestic legislation prevents DVLA from having to register, or, issue registration certificates for trailers.
However, trailers with an unladen weight of over 1,020 kgs (with power brakes) or a gross weight of more than 3,500kgs are required to be tested on the first anniversary of their use in service and are issued with a Trailer Identification Mark by the Vehicle and Operator Service Agency (VOSA) who hold the technical records.
From October 2010 new ‘type’ trailers will be required to meet the strict safety requirements of European Community Whole Vehicle Type Approval (ECWVTA) before they enter in to service and by 2014 all trailers and caravans will be included in the ECWVTA requirements.
If you require any further information on the records held for trailers I can only suggest you contact the Vehicle & Operator Service Agency (VOSA).