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Not sure if this is the place for this post but here goes

Anyone know what the set of m codes are for A94 and A98

Also 179

Pretty much got everything else figured out on the plate
 

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You are right of course

How rude of me not to give full details so far

M plate reads

92 041 272
179 508 511
T1D9NP A94 A98 060 172
43 3 7210 SD 2211 01

So far have got this much info

92 - 1979 MODEL YEAR
041 272 - SERIAL NUMBER
179 - ??? NOT IN VINCENT MOLENAAR'S BOOK
508 - ONE SLIDING WINDOW IN SLIDING DOOR AND ONE IN THE OPPOSITE SIDE PANEL OF THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
511 - PADDED DASHBOARD AND DASHBOARD LID
T1D9 MEXICO BEIGE ROOF AGATE BROWN BODY
NP - CANYON BROWN INTERIOR
A94 - ??? USUALLY THIS INDICATES A GROUP OF CODES, BUT THIS ONE IS NOT IN VINCENT'S BOOK AGAIN.
A98 - ??? SEE ABOVE
060 - EBERSPACHER BA6 PETROL HEATER (LHD) FITTED UNDER CARGO DOOR
172 - TUBELESS STEEL-PLY TIRES
43 - 43RD WEEK OF 1979 MODEL YEAR PRODUCTION @ OCTOBER 23, 1978
3 - 3RD DAY OF WORK WEEK (WEDNESDAY THE 25TH OF OCTOBER)
7210 - PRODUCTION PLANNING NUMBER
SD - SWEDEN - SOUTH
22 - MICROBUS
1 - LHD, SLIDING DOOR RIGHT
1 - SEVEN SEATER ARRANGEMENT 2-2-3
0 - TYPE 4 ENGINE, FUEL INJECTED
1 MANUAL TRANSMISSION, 4 SPEED

Got this info from Samba

What I am wondering is whether any of these codes make it a deluxe as it is very chromed up

If I knew how to post photos I would
 

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Nice one for the tips on posting pics

On the case

Wonder if those codes are specific to Sweden, even so they should still be recorded somewhere surely

Maybe I need to get a birth cert, any opinions?
 

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Finally got round to posting a pic
Went to the paint shop yesterday with my codes in hand and very excited
"no problem mate back in a minute with your paint"
:eek:
Looks like someone has resprayed my van and not been bothered to get the orig paint. Das is shiezer.
So, is my best option to stand in the paint shops car park with a thousand chips under a certain light on a dry day when the wind is westerly or is there a more scientific way I can colour match
please
 
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