TRIKING REGISTER UPDATES

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DSU475
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TRIKING REGISTER UPDATES

Post by DSU475 » Mon Feb 25, 2019 12:02 pm

Hi All,
For those of you who are not aware, I am the current keeper of the Triking Register. The aim of the register is to keep an 'up to date' record of cars and their owners, past and present. It also builds up a history for the vehicle.
The register is not accessible over the internet, and so all details are kept secure. Access is gained by sending a short 'forum personal message' or by emailing myself at tisileclay@gmail.com. I will then contact the other owner to ensure they are happy for me to release the information to you. Locations of other cars (but not addresses) can be found on the TRIKING WORLD MAP.

The information I need to complete a full entry onto the register is as follows :-
Owner ....Full name,
Forum name,
Address inc post code,
Contact telephone number,
Email address.

Car .......Type ( ie 1, 2, 3, 4 )
Reg number,
Chassis number starting with TRKSC , 2B , or something similar,
Colour,
Engine ( ie 2 valve, 4 valve etc )

History ... Any information re previous owners, registration numbers, competition history, significant modifications etc.

PLEASE DO NOT PROVIDE YOUR DETAILS AS A REPLY TO THIS POST, email me at tisileclay@gmail.com


Many thanks, Andy.

Oily
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Re: TRIKING REGISTER UPDATES

Post by Oily » Mon Feb 25, 2019 7:11 pm

Andy, hope you are well.
My brother is soon to take delivery of his, and Sandy's isn't too far away now from registration. Neither do facebook or forums so I will get details to you as soon as I have them.
Will we see you over here next year?

All the best,
Nick.

DSU475
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Re: TRIKING REGISTER UPDATES

Post by DSU475 » Mon Feb 25, 2019 9:05 pm

Hi Nick,
Many thanks for your help. I'm taking a step back from Triking stuff this year, but may be back out and about next year with any luck. I would certainly consider a trip over to your neck of the woods.

Regards, Andy.

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