VINS - blue - 83, yel - 85
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Jennifer, here is the proper VIN - from Adam Reif, who manages the Trihawk website - He's a long time Citroen guy and micro-satellite designer - Thanks Adam!
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From: Adam Reif <1adam12@...>
Date: Sat, Apr 30, 2022 at 12:35 AM
Subject: Re: VINS - blue - 83, yel - 85
To: Ken Nelson <citbuff@...>
I did find the VIN #
between looking carefully at the pix you'd sent me at the end of March ... and looking through my Trihawk database ... I was able to deduce 100% (as Warren had indeed given me the full number at some point)
So - I'd suggest that you write that onto a decent piece of paper, and then use shipping tape to seal/mount that onto the firewall.
With that info, Jennifer should be able to go to DMV (!) with Warren's death certificate and that VIN # in order to print/release a new pink slip?
Oh !!!! looking through emails I sent you ... on March 27th I actually gave you that VIN # for the blue Trihawk .........
What we still don't know ... is if there is a VIN number stamped into the chassis somewhere.
On Sun, Mar 27, 2022 at 9:55 PM Adam Reif <1adam12@...> wrote:
I actually have Warren down for 3 Trihawks
s/n 1H9-T101A0-FD072019 marked as January 1985 in white
s/n 1P9-T101A6-DM038001 marked January 1983 in Silver
s/n 1P9-T101A4-DD038031 marked --- 1983 ... do not have the color noted. Maybe that's the blue one?
On the second one, I have a note "This is the first production Trihawk built December 1982, Mokena Illinois" I think he bought that from Lou Richards son Dale - who lives (I think) in Sonoma County).