[TR] Free Spitfire Mk III FDU8866-L BMIHT Certificate
ptegler at verizon.net
Fri Jan 31 10:08:30 MST 2020
I've been wondering about that very point for a couple years now...
had a buddy receive a cert for a MKIV where he added an 'O' for the
overdrive he'd installed
and they sent it without question.
On 1/31/2020 11:50 AM, JOE CURRY wrote:
> According to the BMIHT, the FDU prefix didn't come about until around
> 31000 serial number on the Mk3. So if they sent you a certificate
> with the commission number of FDU8866L that means they are simply
> sending out what is being ordered instead of researching their
> archives and responding.
> At any rate, I would think that is grounds to get your money back for
> that certificate as you are unlikely to find the owner of a car that
> doesn't exist.
>> On January 31, 2020 at 9:42 AM Kevin Beam <kmbeam at comcast.net> wrote:
>> I mistakenly ordered the certificate for 1967 (build) Spitfire Mk III
>> FDU8866-L. Our 1970 Spit’s commission number includes another “8”.
>> If you own this car and I don’t have to pay international shipping
>> postage, I’ll send you the certificate for free.
>> Please send me a picture of the car’s commission plate off-line.
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