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Started by Ryan1980, 02 October 2007, 12:20 AM
Quote from: CraigS on 02 October 2007, 12:42 AMCompliance date is not accurate. This can be up to 2 years in some cases from the build date. Example - the 6.9 from Adelaide that was listed recently. It is described as a 1978 model, but is in fact an early 1977. As suggested, a more reliable way is to check the horn pad. This is likely, unless it has been changed, to be within 2 months of the build date. Alternately, request a copy of the data card from Mercedes.
Quote from: Ryan1980 on 02 October 2007, 12:20 AMhey guys just wondering if there was a way to tell what yearmy car is via the vin number or some thing?The rego papers say a 79 but im not sure. It has no electricwindows, i thought they had them by then?Ryan
Quote from: johnnyw116 on 31 August 2022, 12:58 PMcheck your option code plate that is under the hood and on there is also a production number and the first digit is the year that the car was build , https://forum.w116.org/mechanicals/w116-datacard-and-body-plate-info/
Quote from: rumb on 31 August 2022, 01:37 PMThe Body plate on the drivers door jamb should show the VIN date. See post #23 in the above link.
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