I'd be happy to tell you what the serial no. is---if I knew where to
The car has arrived without its registration document, which is due to
However, the engine number is on the car but the commission plate has
long since gone-I found the comm # on the MOT certificate.
So, I'd be immensely grateful for your telling where to look for the
Max Heim wrote:
> The commission number is not very useful for identification,
> unfortunately. The factory stopped recording them in 1971, according to
> Clausager. However, the serial number should pinpoint the date of
> manufacture within a few months. What's the serial number?
> David Hill had this to say:
> >Hi, fellow MG freeks,
> >Any historians out there?
> >I still haven't received the logbook for my '72 BGT but I now have the
> >commission number.
> >Can anyone tell me when GHD 5278685 was built?
> >Dave Hill
> Max Heim
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