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W116 Datacard and Body Plate info

Started by Type17, 18 January 2012, 02:17 PM

Type17

PS: Don't forget the other RHD markets in Europe - Ireland, Malta & Cyprus, although the option 320 means that Pete49's car is definitely a UK-market specimen.
'76 350SE in Silver-Green

gavin116

QuotePS: Don't forget the other RHD markets in Europe - Ireland, Malta & Cyprus, although the option 320 means that Pete49's car is definitely a UK-market specimen.
Oops! My bad, can't trust the boy from Africa, poor education, poor geography! Good taste in cars however.

;D

1979 450SE "Mrs White"
2022 Touareg-R 3.0TSi Hybrid
[url="http://forum.w116.org/test-drive/my-first-w116-here-at-last/"]http://forum.w116.org/test-drive/my-first-w116-here-at-last/[/url]
[url="http://forum.w116.org/the-org/british-near-london-meet/msg97613/#msg97613"]http://forum.w116.org/the-org/british-near-london-meet/msg97613/#msg97613[/url]

Pete49

Hi Gavin thanks for that info. I now now what I've got so I can now have conversations with the right knowledge. Can't fault the wisdom this forum holds and the willingness to pass it on.
Pete
What this country needs are more unemployed politicians.
Edward Langley,  Artist (1928-1995)

ptashek

The 0053 serial would mean it's the 53rd vehicle of that model type, but not version, off the line in that year, as the standard 450s shared the same sequence number, as did the 350s and 280s. Only the 6.9 had an entirely unique sequence number, that never reset throughout its production run.
1993 "Pearl Blue" W124 280TE
1988 "Arctic White" W124 200T
1979 "Icon Gold" W116 450SE