macplaxton wrote:One for the later hard-core guide though.
V3m, Too hot for tv! No?
We could always agree that Mk1/Mk2/Mk3 refers to body appearance and nothing else.macplaxton wrote:Can I start a "There are no Mk1/2/3s, just Model Years" grumble?
It's good enough for an opener for noobs, (but they might get disappointed later when they find out it's not real - like that mystical bloke who delivers prezzies)Attack2001 wrote:So for the noobs MK1/2/3 is good enough?
That wasn't that long ago. When I were a nipper, they were just called 343 or 345s.Chris_C wrote:<Boring of fart>When I were a nipper and first got my 300, everyone was just calling them mk1 and mk2</BOF>
There's a pic over in the brochures section:MCHUDD wrote:Hi Thomas.
Tom over in Germany has loads of pictures of different wheels and radios.
You could ask him for a few pics. He also has an extremly rare 2lt 340 DLS.
Sloppy.trabitom99 wrote:Some Mk1 wheels missing there though...Ooops, now I've gone and said Mk1