REGISTERS

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MODELS CURRENTLY COVERED

The 20hp Register:

The Register is only for members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the Club. A member does not have to own a 20hp to be on the Register.
It is a Register of members who are on the mailing lists for the 20hp newsletter; and the invitation list for events where proority is given to Register members' 20hp cars.
The Register fully supports the technical seminars run at The Hunt House and encourages members to attend
The Register organises an interesting touring programme and an annual 20hp event where members and their families can enjoy being with other 20hp owners; can exchange experiences, problems and solutions; and can have their cars appraised.
To join the 20hp Register, send the Registrar details of yourself: name, address, telephone number and R-REC membership number. If you own a 20hp you should also include year, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number, coachbuilder and body style.

The Register publishes a newsletter on an ad hoc basis. If you would like to receive a copy, please contact the Registrar.

The 25hp Register:


The Register is only for members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club, thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the Club. A member does not have to own a car in the 25hp family to be on the Register.


It is a Register of members who are on the mailing lists for the 25hp newsletter, and the invitation list for 25hp Register events, where priority is given to Register members' 25hp cars.


The Register fully supports the technical seminars run at The Hunt House annually and encourages members to attend


The Register organises an interesting touring programme and an annual 25hp event where members and their families can enjoy being with other 25hp owners; can exchange experiences, problems and solutions; and can have their cars appraised.


To join the 25hp Register, send the Registrar details of yourself: name, address, telephone number and R-REC membership number. If you own a 25hp car you should also include the year, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number, coachbuilder and body style.


The Register publishes a Newsletter twice a year. If you would like to receive a regular copy of the newsletter, write an article, or send a picture, please get in touch with the Registrar.


Roughly 5000 cars were originally produced in the 20/ 25, 25/ 30 and Wraith range and some two thirds still exist around the world. There are fast approaching 700 cars on the Register. The 25 Register is also very much about the people in it. We are a UK based unit of the Club, but with objectives and a membership that are international.

The Derby Bentley Register:
The Register is for members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club, thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the Club. It is primarily a Register of owners and their Derby Bentleys, although a member does not have to own a Derby Bentley to be on it.
It is a Register of members who are on the mailing list for the Derby Bentley newsletter, and the invitation list for Derby Bentley Register events, where priority is given to Register members’ Derby Bentleys.
The Register fully supports the technical seminars run at The Hunt House annually and encourages members to attend.
The Register organises an interesting touring programme and an annual Derby Bentley event where members and their families can enjoy socialising with other Derby Bentley owners and can also exchange experiences, problems and solutions.
To join the Derby Bentley Register, send the Registrar details of yourself: name, address, telephone number, Email address and RREC membership number. If you own a Derby Bentley you should also include the year, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number, coachbuilder and body style.


See the Technical Help page of the Derby Bentley Register for addresses. This technical support team is on hand and are happy to talk about technical issues with Register members on the telephone. If you are searching for an elusive part, or have spares you wish to sell or make available to other members, please notify one of the team.


The Derby Bentley Register is a group of enthusiasts enjoying the delights of owning, maintaining, sometimes restoring, and driving some of the most delightful Rolls Bentley cars ever made. A total of some 2,422 cars were originally produced and at least 75% of these still exist around the world.

The Derby Phantom Register:


The Register is only for members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the Club. A member does not have to own a Derby Phantom to be on the Register.
It is a Register of members who are on the mailing lists for the Derby Phantom newsletter; and the invitation list for events where priority is given to Register members' Derby Phantom cars.
The Register fully supports the technical seminars run at The Hunt House and encourages members to attend
The Register organises an interesting touring programme and an annual Derby Phantom event where members and their families can enjoy being with other Derby Phantom owners; can exchange experiences, problems and solutions; and can have their cars appraised.
To join the Derby Phantom Register, send the Registrar details of yourself: name, address, telephone number and RREC membership number. If you own a Derby Phantom you should also include year, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number, coachbuilder and body style.

The Register does not currently produce a newsletter. If you would like the chance to network with your fellow members and make an active contribution to the Club instead of wasting your life playing on the internet, please contact The Registrar and volunteer.
The Register does have the benefit of a Technical Consultant who will help with technical tips, queries and sources of spares and services.

The Derby Phantom Register maintains a database containing some 5,919 Derby Phantoms and aims to help members maintain, preserve and get maximum enjoyment from their cars.

1) The Register is only for existing members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club, thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the RREC. A member does not have to own a Goodwood built motor car to be on the Register but have an enthusiasm for Goodwood products.


2) This is a Register of members who will be placed on an electronic mailing lists as they are listed on RREC records as owners of Phantom, Phantom Series II, Ghost, Ghost Series II and Wraith Rolls-Royce vehicles. Non owners will be added to the register list when identified. There will be no subscription requested but donations to the running of the Register and the production of any printed magazines will be welcome.


3) This Register is fully supported by the RREC and will in time hold technical seminars at The Hunt House and will also plan stand-alone events and take part in larger events like the RREC Annual Rally, The South of England Rally and The North of England Rally. Due to the world-wide spread of owners with Goodwood motor cars, currently (2015) 85 members with 120 motor cars in ten countries, holding events that a reasonable number can attend will be difficult. However, this will change as the Register grows.


4) This is a Register different from all other Registers in that the motor cars it is aimed to support are low in number. Production started just twelve years ago. This register requires time to evolve and it will do so. In the next ten years the latest models will become affordable, accepted and appreciated and over time, members of the RREC will purchase more and more, pre-owned and brand new Phantom, Ghost and Wraith Rolls-Royce’s. Currently, a diverse but most interesting group of members who have already purchased these very expensive motor cars are unlikely to carry out the maintenance of their vehicle themselves. Goodwood Rolls-Royce Phantom, Ghost and Wraith vehicles are understandably reliant upon complex electronic components, and owners may not wish to, or be trained to perform self-diagnosis or carry out replacement of these high-tech parts themselves. Indeed, to do so will nullify any manufacturers 3 and 5 year warranties still active. The Register will tread with care and support members with high level diagnosis and suggestions of suitable experts for repairs and maintenance. Over time this will develop and change to reflect the age of this Registers models.


5) To join the Goodwood Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Register please send the Registrar details of your RREC membership number, full name, address, telephone number as well as the details of your motor car - if you own Goodwood Rolls-Royce. Please include the year of manufacture, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number and any special details, e.g. limited edition name.
The Registrar intends to produce a magazine twice a year and will include the following elements.

Registrar news
News from Goodwood Rolls-Royce
The History of each Model, including production numbers and variants
Goodwood Rolls-Royce History since 2002
Dealerships across the world ‘Who to trust to maintain your motor car.’
Spotlight on members Motorcars.
Letters to the Editor / Registrar


The Silver Dawn, Silver Wraith, R and R Type Continental, Phantom IV, and Mark VI Register

The Register is only for members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the Club. A member does not have to own a Register car to be on the Register as an associate member.

It is a Register of members who are on the mailing lists for the Register newsletter; and the invitation list for events where priority is given to Register members' cars.

The Register fully supports the technical seminars run at The Hunt House and encourages members to attend

The Register organises an annual event where members and their families can enjoy being with other owners; can exchange experiences, problems and solutions; and can have their cars appraised.

To join the Register please ask the Registrar for a registration form. On this you should include details of yourself: name, address, telephone number and R-REC membership number. If you own one of the Register family of cars, you should also include year, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number, coachbuilder and body style.

The Register publishes a newsletter on an average of once a year containing articles written by members, items of technical interest from our adviser, members' parts required and for sale, cars wanted and for sale, as well as members' correspondence. Previous newsletters can be downloaded from the site. If you would like to receive a newsletter copy please contact the Registrar. If you wish to contribute to its contents, write an article, or send a picture, please contact either the Registrar or preferably the Editor:



Each year the Register holds an annual event at some location within the United Kingdom, offering members the chance to meet and discuss points of interest as well as having a convivial time together. Venues so far have included the Haynes Motor Museum in Somerset, The Historic Dockyard at Chatham, Dumfries in Scotland, the Wye Valley in Wales, Norfolk, Snowdonia, Falmouth in Cornwall, the Cotswolds and the Peak District.

Of particular interest to new members or members acquiring a Register car is the annual seminar weekend, which deals with both mechanical and body aspects of our cars. This is normally well subscribed and is seriously recommended. Details may be obtained from The Hunt House or the Seminars page under Member Services on the menu bar of the website.

The Silver Cloud and S Type Register:
1) The Register is only for members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club, thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the R-REC. A member does not have to own a Silver Cloud or S-Type to be on the Register.
2) It is Register of members who are on the mailing lists for the Silver Cloud or S-Type newsletter; and the invitation list for events where priority is given to the Register members' Silver Cloud or S-Type cars.
3) It fully supports the technical seminars run at The Hunt House and encourages members to attend
4) The Register organises an interesting touring programme and an annual Silver Cloud and S-Type event where members and their families can enjoy being with other Silver Cloud and S-Type owners; can exchange experiences, problems and solutions; and can have their cars appraised.
5) To join the Silver Cloud and S-Type Register send the Registrar details of yourself: name, address, telephone number and R-REC membership number. If you own a Silver Cloud or S-Type (or both) you should also include year, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number, coachbuilder and body style.


The Registrar prepares a newsletter on an average of once a year and is dependent upon members sending in contributions. These may be technical tips, articles, pictures, reminiscences, impressions of driving your car for the first time, sources of spares or anything of interest to Cloud and S Type owners. If you would like to contribute something to the newsletter, please contact the Registrar.










The Silver Ghost Register:
The Register is only for members of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club thereby fully endorsing the goals and aims of the RREC. A member does not have to own a Silver Ghost to be on the Register. It is a Register of members who are on the mailing list for the Silver Ghost publications, and the invitation list for Silver Ghost events where priority is given to the Register members' Silver Ghost cars. The Register fully supports the technical seminars run at The Hunt House and with The East Midlands Section and encourages members to attend. The Register organises an interesting touring programme and an annual Silver Ghost Event where members and their families can enjoy being with other Silver Ghost owners, can exchange experiences, problems and solutions and have their cars appraised. To join the Silver Ghost Register, send the Registrar details of yourself: name, address, telephone number, email address and RREC membership number. If you own a Silver Ghost you should also include the place of manufacture, year, model, chassis number, engine number, registration number, coachbuilder and body style.

The Register’s publishes a magazine called ‘The Silver Ghost’ two times a year, which appear in the Spring and the Autumn. The Editorial Committee encourages members to send in articles, photographs, experiences or anything else that may be of interest to Silver Ghost enthusiasts. To make a contribution or receive your copy, please contact the Publications Manager:




Additional volunteers to act as Ambassadors for the SG Register, either in this country or abroad, would be very welcome.



If you would like to volunteer to organise a tour or a week-end event, please contact the Registrar.When we last counted there were 286 Ghost owners in the RREC and between them they own 362 Ghosts. Some are currently in pieces (the cars, not the owners); some hardly ever see the light of day, especially if there is any dampness around; some are used only for special occasions (just how many relations and friends are there to get married?); and then there are those who use their cars for the purpose for which they were made - to drive. We welcome them all and hope that more and more will join the ranks of the drivers. We really have some wonderful trips..


"And all I ask is a fair Ghost and a wheel to steer her by."