Here is some more confusion on serial #s,
My BN7 is #18436, body # 19110, it was built 19-21 March 1962 and sent to
Chicago on 11 April 1962.
'62 BN7 MK II
> It's always interesting (and confusing) how the numbers and build
> dates run.
> My BN7 18014 was built 20 - 22 March, 1962. Body #19117.
> So my car has an earlier serial #, later body number & later build
> date. How is this explained?
> Randy Hicks
> '56 100M
> '60 BN7 MkI
> '62 BN7 MkII
> '65 BJ8
> '53 MGTD
> On Oct 10, 2007, at 3:23 PM, Dave Schweninger wrote:
>> My serial # is 18440 (actually the Car/Chassis Number) The body # is
>> 19087. The build date is
>> 13 - 14 March 1962. Delivered to Los Angeles.
>> BN7 18441 is unknown. BN7 18442 Delivered to VIC. BN7 18444 went to
>> NY. It appears that our cars came down the line no more two cars
>> The above info came from the Bill Bolton Tri-carb Registry, Circa
>> 1992. I have requested a more up to date list, but no response. You
>> should send him your personnel information and a copy of your
>> Heritage Certificate. You can Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
>> On Oct 10, 2007, at 12:23 PM, Daniel and Diane White wrote:
>>> I noticed in your reply that your serial number is very close to
>>> the serial number of my 1962 BN7 MK II. My serial number is
>>> 18443. Is your number 18440 or 184440?
>>> My build date(s) are 13-16 March 1962 as shown on my Heritage Trust
>>> Certificate. Attached is a photo of the number stamped on my frame
>>> (120) which is very close to your number if yours is 1 and not I 22.
>>> I wonder if our cars came down the line together. I also wonder if
>>> they took a frame out of sequence (if they were numbered in
>>> sequence)? My car was shipped to L.A. Do you know where yours was
>>> shipped to?
>>> Regards, Dan