KAR 944G

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Ruabon Red
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KAR 944G

Post by Ruabon Red » Tue Mar 12, 2019 1:48 pm

Afternoon all, new to this forum so please be gentle...

Recently back in to MGB ownership with a 1970 Mk.II roadster in red with wire wheels, more on that at later date.

I previously owned a couple of others back in the 80's - KAR944G being my 21st birthday present from my parents. Originally blue it had been resprayed BRG by the time I had it.

I sold it to someone from the Caernarfon area - I'd love to know what became of it.
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Re: KAR 944G

Post by Peter Cresswell » Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:00 pm

Hi David
I suggest you follow the advice John Watson gave on this recent thread viewtopic.php?f=3&t=661
Searching for cars is now much harder since the introduction of GDPR in May last year, as people cannot just give out the contact details of third parties. However the MGB Registrar should be able to confirm if the car still exists.
The car though is currently on SORN
See here and put the registration number in for details: https://www.gov.uk/get-vehicle-information-from-dvla
This is just about all you get from the DVLA these days.
You can also get a cars MOT history held by the DVSA from here: https://www.check-mot.service.gov.uk/?_ ... 1552424009
Remember that since May 2018 cars over 40 years old became MOT exempt.
Hope this helps.
Pete
1969 MGB Roadster
2011 MG 6 TSE Magnette
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Plus 32 other cars since 1965
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Re: KAR 944G

Post by steve00136 » Wed Mar 13, 2019 11:15 pm

Peter is right you cannot gets names of previous owners but i recently got a list of change of ownership the date and town not the names from the DVLA for a fee of £5. So it may narrow down your search area a bit.
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