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#1 Posted : Thursday, 18 June 2020 1:07:07 PM(UTC)
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Hi.can anyone answer this.i have notice the hrs iv seen all have a m or a after id numders for auto or manual.iv seen 2 factory 4 speed hrs and they have no a or m .has anyone else noticed this.regards nev
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#2 Posted : Thursday, 18 June 2020 2:04:34 PM(UTC)
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It depends on which Body Plant built and painted the body. Only some have the transmission designation letter. I think it only Dandenong and Acacia Ridge that used the M or A. Pagewood and Elizabeth/Woodville didn't. The only QLD assembled tags I have are HD but those are Valley Plant cars hence use Pagewood or Dandenong bodies. However I have photos of most of the other variations.
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