SE6a (I think) in France

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Re: SE6a (I think) in France

Post by Roger Pennington » Tue Mar 21, 2017 2:14 pm

DARK STAR wrote:For future reference could someone please explain the VIN/chassis number codes, I am baffled.
I can understand (197)7 abcD april but after that?
Do they also show options (leather, Woolfies ...)
Chapter and verse on the chassis/vin codings is in this thread in the wiki.
Re your specific question about leather and wolfies, no, they aren't identified.


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Re: SE6a (I think) in France

Post by DARK STAR » Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:29 pm

Thanks Roger, that's great.
Strange that they didn't list leather, Porsche and Ferrari did ... or perhaps that was in the later 17 digit VIN numbers.

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Re: SE6a (I think) in France

Post by erikscimitardemon » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:16 am

On LHD cars it is very easy:
Wolfies, leather, PAS, power windows all were standard equipment. the so called 'Continental Specs' package. Interiour colours are not descibed.

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