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NeedaUsername 10th October 2007 21:19

Internal Chassis Designations?
 
Guys,
We all know the Intenal Chassis Designations for Mercs and BMW. For eg : The E class has been W124, then W210 and now W211. However, I just cant seem to recall any for some other popular cars that have been around for decades. Like the Mondeo, Golf, or even our own M800. Please enlighten.

ananthkamath 11th October 2007 02:51

Golf/Jetta/GTi has always been Mk1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 is the newest one. And having a chassis designation for the M800 is a joke even though they might have one, because as far as I know, they've had only two chassis in 24 years of production.

directinjection 11th October 2007 12:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by ananthkamath (Post 591263)
And having a chassis designation for the M800 is a joke even though they might have one, because as far as I know, they've had only two chassis in 24 years of production.

Yes, even M800 has a designation which is used on the job chart during service at company-authorised service stations.

NeedaUsername 11th October 2007 13:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by directinjection (Post 591598)
Yes, even M800 has a designation which is used on the job chart during service at company-authorised service stations.

And what would that designation be?

doomsday 14th October 2007 01:24

Honda Civic Type-R

1st generation: EK9
2nd generation: EP3
3rd generation: FN (EUDM Hatchback) and FD2 (JDM and Indian 4 door sedan)


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