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Thread: Is your ZHP registered at the Registry?

  1. #21
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    I registered mine when I bought it this spring, but I now have a question... what's the advantage/point of registering a car? Apart from seeing a breakdown of statistics for features/options (via charts), I don't see much useful info on the ZHP registry. Am I missing something?

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    I got a few more that I need registerred since I already did too many today :P. If anyone has a few minutes to spare, please add these to the registry:

    WBABW53465PJ96797
    2005
    Sparkling Graphite
    Black Alcantara
    6spd
    Convertible



    WBABD53434PD98181
    2004
    Imola Red
    Black Leather
    6spd
    Coupe



    WBABD53405PL16177
    2005
    Sparkling Graphite
    Gray Leather
    Automatic
    Coupe

  3. #23
    I don't think you are missing anything. The question regarding how common or rare are ZHPs are has been being discussed on many forums. Around December of last year I was bored out of my mind at work -> the end result is ZHP Registry. As with anything else one thing leads to another so now there is a free classifieds section neatly showing ZHPs for sale open to anyone list a car for sale as well as a few interesting projects that eventually find their way to the ZHPR Projects page.

    p.s. nk_zhp = ZHPRegistry.net... same guy
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    Quote Originally Posted by nk_zhp View Post
    I don't think you are missing anything. The question regarding how common or rare are ZHPs are has been being discussed on many forums. Around December of last year I was bored out of my mind at work -> the end result is ZHP Registry. As with anything else one thing leads to another so now there is a free classifieds section neatly showing ZHPs for sale open to anyone list a car for sale as well as a few interesting projects that eventually find their way to the ZHPR Projects page.

    p.s. nk_zhp = ZHPRegistry.net... same guy
    Thanks for the info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnrando View Post
    I thought we ended up on somewhere around 5500-7000 ZHPs?
    Lol-- I don't know anymore, John. My last recollection was that we were at sub-5,000.

    I really wish BMW would just give us the frieken info.

    Maybe now that we're a recognized SIG, we'll get a little further with BMWNA.

    Any thoughts, Boss?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerunt View Post
    I registered mine when I bought it this spring, but I now have a question... what's the advantage/point of registering a car? Apart from seeing a breakdown of statistics for features/options (via charts), I don't see much useful info on the ZHP registry. Am I missing something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayger12 View Post
    Lol-- I don't know anymore, John. My last recollection was that we were at sub-5,000.

    I really wish BMW would just give us the frieken info.

    Maybe now that we're a recognized SIG, we'll get a little further with BMWNA.

    Any thoughts, Boss?
    Don't think so, KG. BMW still isn't going to help us.

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    Keith, you gotta remember that although CCA has a lot of pull, they are not affiliated with BMW NA who plainly doesn't seem to care about telling us production numbers. Hell, they won't even tell ///M owners how many ZCPs were built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes View Post
    Keith, you gotta remember that although CCA has a lot of pull, they are not affiliated with BMW NA who plainly doesn't seem to care about telling us production numbers. Hell, they won't even tell ///M owners how many ZCPs were built.
    I'd imagine disclosing any such numbers would be detrimental to their business, as competitors could use that information.

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