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Old 09-03-2010, 21:04
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#235 - C8 Laviolette LM85 - Burnt Almond Orange / Black Alcantara

Look what Spyker I saw today: one we didn't have in our register yet
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Old 09-03-2010, 21:11
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Great! There are probably more lm85's out there, that are not in the register, but because they are all identical you won't notice until you see the VIN..
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Old 09-03-2010, 23:34
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Nice catch SpykerOwner ! This one also has the new blinkers and the new safety mirrors as well...

As far as I know: We now have the following 10 LM85's: #149, #226, #227, #229, #230, #231, #233, #234, #235 and the RHD one at Broughtons (that is no longer listed and seems to be sold)

Please note the ...BABA.......... sequence on the #235 VIN
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Old 10-03-2010, 14:58
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Please note the ...BABA.......... sequence on the #235 VIN
Yes, this is very odd, quite different from anything we've seen thus far? But very cool, it's a 2010!

Someone found another 2010, in Brazil I think, its VIN didn't have the BABA I don't believe, so what gives?

What more can you tell me about these new safety mirrors you mention? What regulations are they made to comply with?

And does anybody have a better photo of them, they seem kind of ugly...
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Old 10-03-2010, 15:28
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..... new safety mirrors you mention? What regulations are they made to comply with?

And does anybody have a better photo of them, they seem kind of ugly...
is this better? Click here.

or here...
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Old 10-03-2010, 15:37
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Yes, thank you.

Okay, they look basically the same. Must have been an illusion!
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Old 10-03-2010, 16:41
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What more can you tell me about these new safety mirrors you mention? What regulations are they made to comply with?
There seems to be a new European law to protect pedestrians. I am not 100% sure but I believe the mirrors have to break off when a pedestrian is hit by the car. I never saw the new ones for real but they look like they are made of p...... (Sorry I just cannot use the word) instead of aluminium.
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Old 10-03-2010, 19:07
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but they look like they are made of p...... Instead of aluminium.
noooo!!
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As far as I know: We now have the following 10 LM85's: #149, #226, #227, #229, #230, #231, #233, #234, #235 and the RHD one at Broughtons (that is no longer listed and seems to be sold)
Where do we have #234? Didn't found the thread and it's not in the list. Any infos?

Will show my Geneva pics later, was at the stand.
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Old 11-03-2010, 17:46
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Where do we have #234? Didn't found the thread and it's not in the list. Any infos?
Well, let's just say it's on my list
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