Help Required Please

#1
I am hoping firstly that I have posted in the right section. I am renovating a 110 FFR Land Rover for a friend. I have managed through Merlin to aquire what vehicle history they had available ( Not much).
What I am really hoping to get is the vehicle repair history and hopefully the vehichle theater history. I have the chassis number and the military number plate number.I am now outside the system and so could not acess JAMES which is where I guess this info is now stored?

Anyone out there that could be of help?
 
#3
What's the Military VRN?
 
#4
Thanks for the help so far.
The chassis number is salldhac8ma958973
The reg plate was cb45aa
It was taken into service in 1995 and was sold 10/06/2011
it was stored at TFSU from 15/11/10 and then sent to UIN ca274a ( Ashchurch?) where it was sold.
 
#8
Thanks for the help so far.
The chassis number is salldhac8ma958973
The reg plate was cb45aa
It was taken into service in 1995 and was sold 10/06/2011
it was stored at TFSU from 15/11/10 and then sent to UIN ca274a ( Ashchurch?) where it was sold.
Mate if you can smell cabbage and wee it's me:)

I am sure Ashchurch was ca005a. The other major Depot was the vehicle sub -depot near of Old Dalby near Derby. It has been so long since I used those UIN that I am not sure of the Old Dalby details BUT it sound familiar.


BTW anybody who calls it a VRN should be tortured it is an Equipment Registration Mark (ERM) and was used to control Category 1(A)1 items i.e. expensive items controlled by a Registration Number.

On the plate there should also be a VB number (and the 110 should start with VB 17** - ABCD). VB 1710 is a GS, 1717 was a hard top GS version orginally for Posties and 1720 was for FFR. If A was less than 5 it was RHD and if greater than 5 was LHD.
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
#10
jarod, however limited it is , it will be usefull to me. Any chance you could get what you can and pass it on?
No I can't get the information, you have to pay them to do the search but they told me it could be very limited so I didn't bother doing it for my vehicle.
 
#13
We can do it together. It is an ERM. I was the equipment manager for L/R at LE(A). How do you think Tank Gun Barrels were controlled? Option 1 - an ERM. Option 2 - a TGBRN. Go on - have a guess:)
 

Similar threads

Latest Threads

Top