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Serial numbers


I've been keeping track of serial numbers from various sources, mostly from this forum.

Please add to the list if you know of any more surviving cars. Or if any of these did not survive.

003          062          094          117          166          205          230       

018          063          094          118          168          206          238

027          070          099          123          172          207          265

040          076          103          145          182          211          278

048          084          105          153          186          213          283

053          088          113          155          188          216          289

054          092          114          165          198          220          315



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Hi Rich,

I have chassis number 280 and my friend David has number 146.

Regards,

Marcus from Sweden



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If you want to start a list of Warwick, I have number 23.

 

Dean T.



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Hi, mine is nr 013, and i'm not superstitioussmile



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I think you will find Nigel has a pretty good list of all the cars left and some of now lost cars but has had knowledge in the past of the. both warwick and peeerles. I helped create some of it from old records from the original peerless and Warwick owners club.

 



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Is that list available in the chat?

It would be fun to see.



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Yes, it would be fun to see, but I appreciate that there might be some issues
with passing on owner's names, and of course, the list needs to be regularly updated...

Just a list by serial number, and date of last update.
- on the road
- SORN, but working
- in active restoration
- in "long term storage"
- known scrapped

Frank from Felixstowe : Warwick #15

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Interesting, agreed. Not so sure about the implications of highlighting gaps in known car details on a public forum though. 



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We can let the owners of the cars give as much or as little info as they wish.
I'd like to know which have not survived also.
Mine is 182.
It was in storage since the early 1970s.
The engine is just about ready to go back in.

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Gary S wrote:

Interesting, agreed. Not so sure about the implications of highlighting gaps in known car details on a public forum though. 


 I'm with Gary on this one. If members want to see the 'Register' minus peoples private details then I'm sure that's not a problem but I don't think it should be in the public domain in any detail. We don't want people looking for 'gaps' to fill with dubious rebuilds! The issue of two identical numbers has already raised its head a few years ago and it causes undesirable problems! I'm all for a regular update of 'we have this many phase 1s with so many on the road etc' in fact they are figures I used to publish regularly in TRaction. I'm happy to add such general figures to the website assuming Nigel's happy with that.

Nigel?



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I totally agree Jon, (you've been here too!) I've been watching this thread (and other conversations of this nature before) with interest. Why would anyone other than the registrar/support members need to know all the numbers?

What possible excitement can one gain from this?

Where as the implications for "dubious re-builds" are wide open (not to mention I.d. and vehicle theft) . I have inquiries all the time from people wanting to buy a body or chassis or both and then i find they don't actually have a car and know very little about them!

I would appreciate Jon's support in publishing new statistics on how many we have now on the books if that would pacify the curious among you?

As for people putting their personnel details on this forum I cannot condone such actions....If I were to publish such material I would loose all credibility with TR Register (as the official registrar) FBHVC, which we have good

working relationship with and more importantly, fall foul of the Data Protection Act of 1998!

I thank Rich sincerely for taking the time in working out the initial list of Commission numbers on this thread, some, I openly confess, I do not have on my records but unfortunately I do not have the time to undertake such a task at

the moment, perhaps I'm not committed enough and should stand down.

 



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Nigel,

I'm one of the very few people that know exactly how much time, effort blood sweat and tears go into running this register and how easy it is for some people to be blissfully unaware of the effort that this role demands. YOU GO ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY time and time again and I for one am extremely grateful. And anyway I'm not quite ready to take the reigns again just yet ;0)

No problem on publishing the numbers on the website, just e-mail me the latest as my figures are well out of date!



-- Edited by Jon Nolan on Sunday 27th of July 2014 09:41:17 PM

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Nigel dont you dare consider standing down. You do an amazing job behond the the call od duty. I feel I may have started some of this in my post. I ment that if you needed info on your car you may have it.  in this day and age of data protection etc we must be careful. So individual details only given with proven ownership documents.

 



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Using the graceful swan analogy, the present Mr Cluley, is always wearing his Peerless webbed feet behind the scenes and below the surface of Register life for the better of all PW owners/enthusiasts.

Dodgy moustache and webbed feet. You rock Nigel. Man hugs, just keep that 'tache outta my face. Keep up the great work!

 



-- Edited by Gary S on Wednesday 30th of July 2014 09:50:51 AM

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Thought I'd notified someone about mine but as it's not on the list, I guess I didn't.

Anyway, I have 086.

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It does beg the question about 007



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Gary S wrote:

It does beg the question about 007


 Well, the uninitiated often confuse mine for an Aston. 

 

Or a Bristol.

(but I won't go there in case someone starts mentioning Sabrinas biggrinbiggrinbiggrin)



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I am new to the group and have number 128 which I am about to start a cosmetic restoration on. I am in British Columbia, Canada and my car came from California (wire wheels and overdrive). It is a strong running car and the only rust I have encountered is on the headlight doors. Are these available anywhere?

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Hi Len,

I'm the registrar for these cars so welcome to the fold!

I would like to know more about your car etc so if you can pm me that would be great.

As to your question about the parts you need, could you explain a little more or perhaps put up a photo of what you need and we will try to help.

 

regards

 

Nigel



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