ingo.rautenberg at gmail.com
Wed May 9 15:17:31 EDT 2007
It was actually known as the D12 - a derivative of the type 44 (C3
platform) chassis. Correct on the real differences (strengthening
and sound-deadening). The later 100/UrS4/6 cars from '92-'95 are the
On May 9, 2007, at 3:11 PM, Craig Nicol wrote:
> I *think* the V8 models became D4 in the new nomenclature.
> The V8 was based on the type 44. I don't know if it got its own
> chassis designation, but the changes that were made for the V8 were
> mostly in the chassis, i.e. strength and sound deadening.
> About the only change to the door structure was the rear door wheel
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