Thursday, August 11, 2011

E640NWP: New pictures

Summer is a little quiet for the Mosquito & Triad Register... Joe sent me a few pictures of his work on his Triad.
It looks better and better.
Click here to access to the page of E640NWP

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

BWP606M is back on wheels!

I've received a few pictures from Dave who restores BWP606M. As usual, he's done a great job and I'm sure his Mosquito will look great!
Click here to access to the page of BWP606M

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

June, a lucky month for the Mosquito & Triad Register!

June seems to be a busy month for the Mosquito & Triad Register! Thanks to some enthusiasts, I've received informations and pictures of some missing cars.
First, one Triad has come to day thanks to Joe of He has picked up this car in a farm where it was stored for ages. The car has never been finished and Joe is now actively working on it to complete the car. Keep an eye on this page, it might be for sale soon... 
Click here to access to the page of E640NWP

Then, I've also received informations about two Mosquitos I heard about 4 years ago but I never succeed in getting pictures of them or informations. These Mosquitos are GWL208S and GWL608S.
I've learnt that GWL208S had been sold a few years ago and nobody knows what happened to it then.
Things are more interesting for GWL608S. After being stored for the last 27 years, it's now out of the garage and will be soon back on the roads! It's actually for sale... Have a look on if you wanna grab a bargain...
Click here to access to the page of GWL608S

Thursday, June 2, 2011

New pictures of the Demonstrator

I've received today some more pictures of the Demonstrator. Unfortunately, I still haven't got any registration number which could have helped me in getting informations about this mystery car...
Click here to access to the page of the Demonstrator

Friday, May 20, 2011

Sad news of Q827LFL

I've received an email with pictures of Q827LFL. I was so sad to discover that it's been crashed. The actual owner is planning to restore it. He first planned to fit a motorbike engine on the rear end but after visiting the Mosquito & Triad Register, he doesn't know what to do now... He now thinks it would be a shame to modify it.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

News from Dave and his Mosquito (BWP 606 M)

I've just received new pictures from Dave and his Mosquito. Dave is the owner of BWP606M and is actually doing a great job on it as he has completely rebuilt the chassis from scratch. Have a look at the pictures, it's nearly better than when it's been built, back in 1974!

Click here to access to the page of BWP606M

Saturday, March 5, 2011

It's not a Mosquito but this car has to be mentioned on this website. Thanks to Morgan Cars for reinventing this wondeful car! I've seen it yesterday at the Geneva Motor Show, it's such a nice car!

Friday, February 25, 2011

Mosquito and Triad Register in Auto-Retro

Last month, the French magazine Auto Retro published an article about the Mosquito and the website Mosquito and Triad Register. For those who didn't have the mag, I've put a copy in the "literature" page.
Link: Click here

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Triad Warrior Sprint Demonstrator

I’ve received a message from Colin, an English visitor. I want to thank him for that. A friend of him was involved in the building of this car. Thanks to Colin, I now have two more pictures of the Demonstrator.
Unfortunately, it seems that Colin and his friend don’t know what happened to this car next.

Monday, January 31, 2011

New pictures

Two pictures have been added to the restoration page of my Mosquito.
You can have a look at it by clicking here.

Welcome to this new page on the Mosquito & Triad Register's website

The Mosquito & Triad Register was created 4 years ago now!
I've just added a blog to this website to celebrate this birthday. It will be easier to communicate with all of you!
If you subscribe to this blog, you'll be informed of the updates and you'll get news from the Mosquito & Triad Register!
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