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69 T150T project.

Home Forums TR3OC Members Forum 69 T150T project.

This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  j phillips 4 days, 22 hours ago.

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  • #9473
    Andrew Lee
    Andrew Lee
    Participant

    My Triple dream has come true!

    As Payment for restoring a firends 80 T140V, i have aquired a matching numbers 69 T150T.

    I am currently in the process of applying for a new log book (v5), is there anyway i can find out what the original registarion would have been? As i really want a age related plate.

     

    Cheers,

    Drew.

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  • #9496
    Warren Hodder
    Warren Hodder
    Participant

    No .

    I’m the best so I’ll get you a hot plate.

    Personalised even!

    • #9506
      Andrew Lee
      Andrew Lee
      Participant

      If thats possiblle Warren, i’ll email you.

  • #9499

    Martin Rawson
    Participant

    If you talk to the DVLA and explain that you want to register the bike as a ‘Historic Vehicle’ and that as far as you know it originally had a U.K Reg. Then provide them with the chassis/engine number, they should check their computer system. (well they did for me) to try and get a match. If no match you will get an age related reg. They are very helpfull and guide you through the application process.

  • #9507

    j phillips
    Participant

    Nice project – the Club registrar may be able to tell you where the bike was originally dispatched from the factory which might give you a clue as to whether it ever had a UK reg. Whatever the outcome of that, if DVLA can’t turn up a reg no, then with a club dating cert they should give you an age related plate. I have always found them v helpful and, recently, quite efficient!!  There are some hard to come by parts missing off that one – esp rear mudguard and ’69 side panels are now getting scarce. The one I restored was EC03618 – so pretty close on the production line. Good luck with it.

     

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