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Old February 26th, 2008, 09:57 AM
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Mike -- Are you now hoping that people call and ask for Fidel? hahah
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Fidel is what the guys here call me (came from the fact that my new office that overlooks the entire shop), so I figured at least if someone called and asked for Fidel, Holly would know who they were talking about.
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Old February 27th, 2008, 01:47 PM
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#481 is another we converted to 4.6 Pursuit and automatic. It lives on Nantucket.
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Old February 27th, 2008, 02:08 PM
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Errors fixed, trucks added.
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Old February 27th, 2008, 02:55 PM
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#239 Nantucket 3.9 5 speed
#342 ECR restored on galv frame, 4.6 automatic, Malibu CA
#157 ECR restored 300 Tdi 5 speed, now in CO
#233 Nantucket, winters in NJ 3.9 5 speed
#313 ECR restored 300 Tdi 5 speed, now in MT. Used to be in the Cayman Islands before resto.
#132 ECR restored 300 Tdi 5 speed, now in MT (yes another, different customer)
#6 Nantucket, winter in CT 4.6 Pursuit, white roof basket

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More:
#26 89K miles last year, sold unknown to where
#318 at ECR for refurbishment
#151 at ECR undergoing restoration 4.6 automatic
CND #10/25 was in upstate NY last, now totally rotted out and scheduled for ECR restoration

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#280 last year a guy tried to sell it to us. It was a Euro re-body with a 300 Tdi and 94K miles. Must have been totalled at one time.
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Damn there are a lot of these on Nantucket. I wonder if there are a lot on Fishers Island off of New York. Same type of crowd.
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Old March 1st, 2008, 09:59 AM
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We now have entries for 58 trucks, so we've accounted for over 10% in a month or so. Of course those are going to be the easy ones...
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Just got this email:

I am the owner of N.A.S. 110 #498.

The truck and my family live in Mississippi.


One more for your list Jim
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#454 is alive and well in Georgia. Brought back from the dead after an accident in Alaska. Vehicle is now on a salvage repaired title with 118K miles.

I have added a safari-equip front bumper, rock sliders, rear spare tire carrier, hellas, steering guard, new SS oil lines, bumperettes, SS exhaust, headers, snorkle and lots of other stuff.

I wheel it regularly.

FYI: I was told that there are really two #1's out there, the guy at Hennesy got so pissed he didn't get the first one that they restamped a plate with #1 and gave it to him.
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Old March 18th, 2008, 09:11 AM
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FYI: I was told that there are really two #1's out there, the guy at Hennesy got so pissed he didn't get the first one that they restamped a plate with #1 and gave it to him.
There is LRNA #1 and then #1/500

I have worked on #1/500, but have never seen or heard of a second #1/500
The VIN of the #1 I worked on is correct with the list of VINs on the registry, anything is possible, but that sounds like a good camp-fire story to me.

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Jim, If the registry is going to be of real value it should be more like the Shelby registry.
It needs to contain more data. It needs a time period and the miles for that "sighting". It also needs to indicate the title type, etc.
The Shelby registry is used to track the vehicles, track number of owners, check that odometer fraud is not happening and that a once salvage title vehicles don't suddenly become low miles clear title examples.

Just my .02
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Old March 18th, 2008, 09:27 AM
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There are two #1's for the NAS 110. It is in the showroom of LR Gwinnett. I will have my buddy there take a picture of the plate.
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Old March 18th, 2008, 09:41 AM
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Mike - I totally agree. Charles is helping me by making a database for the website, I've registered a domain name, and I ran autocheck (like carfax) on 250 of the NAS 110's before I got a cease and desist letter from the company! So I'm working behind the scenes to make the registry better, its just kind of slow in developing.
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Yeah and I got busy and haven't touched it in a while, but it will happen.

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There are two #1's for the NAS 110
Yes and No.
There is one that says "LRNA 1"
and there is another that says "1/500"
there is yet another that ins Canadian #1

The "LRNA 1" 110 was one of the handful of promotional vehicles used by LRNA in the mid 1990s.

"1/500" was sold into the public.

Later on the "LRNA X" vehicles were sold to the public after they had done their duty for Land Rover North America.

To my knowledge there are not two of "1/500" or two of any rear plate.

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Jim, As I have mentioned some sort of registry to my clients in the past, let me pass on their concerns. Most of them did not want to go into a registry for fear of being bugged all the time by people wanting to know if they would sell their 110s. They thought the idea of tracking the history and miles of the vehicles was a great idea, but a lot of these guys are not the type to put their address and such out on the internet.

The Shelby Registry is something you have to buy, and it ain't cheap. That means only those doing true research on the purchase of a car or something buy it, and the Shelby Club holds some crucial information on cars that are not for sale to protect the owners.

I'm not saying you should make this a very costly thing, but you need to consider that only the hobbyists are going to put their contact information on a web site, the majority of 110 owners are not hobbyists, they are rich guys and those guys won't "play ball" until you can offer them some sort of protection.

Something for you to consider if you want to try and make the registry more "complete" or if you just want to know what ones are in hobbyist hands.
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Old March 18th, 2008, 10:28 AM
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Very interesting Mike - I had thought about the issue of those who don't want to participate in a "hobby" activity. I would naturally prefer to make the registry as complete as possible, and I see no reason why there can't be a "free to everyone" section of the site, and a "membership only" section. There really isnt much reason to have publically available email addresses anyway, so I think that form of protection is easily accomplished. I'll have to do some more research to figure out what the best policies would be, but I'd like to meet the desires of the hobbiests for free and interesting info, and the desire of other parties that value their privacy more highly. Thanks for that tip.
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IMO the way it should work is that the VIN, a photo and some basic information about the 110 itself should be public. That lets people see lots of 110s and get some basic info on what miles it had and when and feeds the "Roverporn" needs of the many.
Then the owner name and information is private.
If the owner decides to sell the truck, then they could ask that the information be made public so that people could contact them. Then they would get the new buyer involved and get them into the registry to complete the "tracking" of the 110.

If you did it right you could have the single most important site for buying and selling NAS 110s in the world.
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Old March 18th, 2008, 11:21 AM
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I agree with you, and I had thought of having statistics available as well. For instance, how many still registered, geographic distribution, etc.

BTW - anyone willing to spend 25 dollars to help me research the 110's, please PM me!
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Old March 18th, 2008, 11:37 AM
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Well you could give geographic location without giving owners name.. have a checkbox in the registry that allows the owner to remain anonymous... hide their name, and email, and not let people contact them... on the other end, some people want to be contacted, so if they are 'public' it'll show their name, and a contact form to email them ... never want to post peoples email addresses on a public website, but a form that hides the email, kinda like how the forums do it, is a good route... but thats only if people want to be public and not private..
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In regards to the #1 deal...

Steve Beizer came to one of our Solaros meetings to discuss the early days of Range Rover North America/LRNA he was there for all the early years , he is currently with Land Rover Gwinett. I was repeating my recollection of his account of the story.

DISCLAIMER: I am human and have been known to mix up facts and make no representation other than there was no camp fire at the telling of the story.

Steve would be a good contact to set the record straight and to get valuable information about the launch of the 110 in the US. I am sure he would not mind a contact from a single point regarding the registery.
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I'd be happy to contact this gentleman if he was receptive. I'm not working fast, but my mission is to be definitive.
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