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Old March 18th, 2008, 11:45 AM
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Regarding the data for the registry. The key is collect and keep the information in a usable format, then allow the owners to control what level of information is disclosed, and to whom. The rest is just details, but unless you collect it, it's all moot

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Old March 18th, 2008, 11:52 AM
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IM sent.

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Old March 18th, 2008, 03:02 PM
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Regarding the data for the registry. The key is collect and keep the information in a usable format, then allow the owners to control what level of information is disclosed, and to whom. The rest is just details, but unless you collect it, it's all moot

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yes, of course! but I'll take the blame for people assuming that my list here would mirror my overall intent for the registry.
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Old March 18th, 2008, 04:04 PM
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#410/500 is on eBay right now for the "Buy it Now" price of $72,500. Located in Salt Lake City
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#161 just landed at ECR yesterday. 41K original miles, very rust free, needs a good bit of work, but not rusty.
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Old March 31st, 2008, 12:40 PM
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210/500 is on it's way to me...I'll post up some pics when I get it in several days.

Thanks Pendy...I think.
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Old March 31st, 2008, 01:44 PM
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I now own #437/500. PM'd you also (before I knew this thread existed).

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Old April 2nd, 2008, 05:00 PM
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Andrew, you bought the one in Chicago? How does it look in person?
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#352/500

hi jim,

#352/500
http://www.copleymotorcars.com/nas_d...3.1vo1440.html

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Old April 3rd, 2008, 10:59 AM
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There's going to come a day when all 500 (or I think 499 remaining intact) will have passed through Copley and ECR at some point. I think ECR and Copley should both have durable decals made and placed somewhere inside the vehicles as a passage of rights badge. That way any informed buyer down the road can look for that decal, and if it exists, can call ECR or Copley for more information on it. Something metalic and lazer holigramed would be appropriate.

ECR will likely see mine some day (when you're not so damn far away) but Copley won't see it until I'm dead and buried (and that's only if my family disobey's my last wishes and doesn't bury me in the 110)!
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We have pictures of a lot of them and I document the miles so that at least if it comes back to us with "lower" miles then we know. I think that should all be in a database somewhere like the Shelby Registry.

For potential buyers as these cars trade hands I have started putting up the NAS 110 #s of the cars we work on the project outline on our web site. That way if you see #XXX for sale at least you can see what, if anything, we did to it.

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Old April 3rd, 2008, 01:53 PM
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Andrew, you bought the one in Chicago? How does it look in person?
Yes - went out last Friday to see it in person. It actually looks better in person. Except for the body panel corrosion areas (frame is good) typical to the 110s, the paint overall was much better than the other 7 or so I've seen in person for sale. The mechanicals are excellent with the recent 4.0 short block install, new tranny and clutch. The mods on it are done well and tastefully and this truck can easily be driven/wheeled now with only minor body panel repairs needed now to make it more appealing to the eye (and plug some areas to prevent water ingress).

Long term I see a more extensive rebuild on the body panels and paint and interior. But I bought this one because I don't need to do that now - so I can begin enjoying it and using it for the time being.

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Old April 4th, 2008, 08:25 AM
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I know I'm due for an update, but I wanted to brainstorm some ideas for the registry. My goal is to make a NAS 110 registry to support the owners, restorers, and ethusiasts of these trucks with more than just a listing of who owns what. I also realize there are many owners who may want some support but do not want to be members of a public list. Naturally, we also need "guest 110's" since 110's in NA are uncommon anyway, and all known trucks in NA would be welcome. My only stipulation would be that a vehicle must be listed "as titled" since I don't want to participate in anyone's schemes to misrepresent 109's, RR's, Discos, etc as 110's. So bitsa 110's are welcome as long as the origin is acknowledged as such.

Here are my initial thoughts as to the function of the registry:
1) Vehicle tracking/accountability - for ownership and provenance purposes. The more the community knows about individual vehicle histories, the less the chance of fraud in the future.
2) Guide to originality - someone will always want to know what was original, and now is the time to try and capture this while some original trucks remain.
3) Repair procedures/restoration guide - ECR already has some of these tips on their site WRT the temp sender, oil lines, etc - but this could be greatly expanded.
4) Buyers guide - a detailed inspection guide would help anyone contemplating a purchase. This could also be a guide to importation.
5) Forum - just a link back to here!

I'd like some feedback here - either ideas for more content or good ways to accomplish the goals I've already listed. Please.
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Old April 4th, 2008, 08:57 AM
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I think for people to want to contribute the data, you need to guarantee you wont just hand it out to anyone, and allow them to control what data is made public. If you can setup guidelines saying you won't give the data out to anyone who they don't authorize, or can't show proof of ownership people will contribute all the info (not just the good say). And then as long as they can also control what data is seen on an online system you should have all your bases covered.

But to add to the list, i would like to see people have their own page(s) they can manage themselves with their listing.
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210/500 is on it's way to me...I'll post up some pics when I get it in several days.

Thanks Pendy...I think.
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Old April 4th, 2008, 02:22 PM
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Just curious considering 2 posts - was NAS110 one of the forum names recently cleaned up?

Either way, welcome to the forum nameless one.

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Old April 5th, 2008, 01:36 AM
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She showed up yesturday...
By way of Western Australia? Whats up with that bumper? At least its not rusty...

Lets get some more pix here!
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By way of Western Australia? Whats up with that bumper? At least its not rusty...

Lets get some more pix here!
More or less on the slow boat. That's a Brownchurch Camel Trophy-esk bumper and brushbar, it's just been galvinized...soon to be black.
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