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1991 Allante Export data
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Interesting Export info for the 1991 model year:

Two cars went to Belgium:

1G6VR338XMU150018 was silver, charcoal interior, red molding
1G6VR3388MU150017 was silver, maroon interior, red molding

Three cars went to Germany:

1G6VR3380MU150013 was black, charcoal interior, red molding
1G6VR3384MU150001 was white, charcoal interior, dark red molding-Engineering Test Vehicle
1G6VR3386MU150002 was white, charcoal interior, dark red molding-Engineering Test Vehicle

Five cars went to Switzerland:

1G6VR3382MU150014 was black, maroon interior, red molding
1G6VR3389MU150012 was champagne, charcoal interior, red molding
1G6VR3386MU150016 was white, maroon interior, dark red molding
1G6VR3384MU150015 was silver, charcoal interior, red molding
1G6VR3387MU150011 was burgundy, beige interior, silver molding

One car went to Spain:

1G6VR3385MU150010 was white, beige interior, dark red molding

It also had a special steering column, RPO Code NP7. What is this?


Ten cars went to Japan:

1G6VR3388MU150003 was black, beige interior, red molding
1G6VR3381MU150005 was black, beige interior, red molding
1G6VR3389MU150009 was black, beige interior, red molding
1G6VR3381MU150019 was black, beige interior, red molding
1G6VR3388MU150020 was black, beige interior, red molding
1G6VR338XMU150004 was white, maroon interior, dark red molding
1G6VR3383MU150006 was white, maroon interior, dark red molding
1G6VR338XMU150021 was white, maroon interior, dark red molding
1G6VR3381MU150022 was white, maroon interior, dark red molding
1G6VR3383MU150023 was white, maroon interior, dark red molding

The first five cars for Japan were all built 12/13/90 and the second five were 4/22/91.

All of these cars had a specific "Noise Control" air cleaner, except for the two that went to Belgium

One more Export car, but had the standard hardtop VIN instead of the Export VIN. It went to Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands

1G6VR3383MU100254 was blue, beige interior, silver molding.

A total of 21 export VINs (for some reason 150007 and 150008 were not built, which is not something unheard).

They all had the UY9 Kilometer mechanical Display instruments, V12 power steering cooler, KD1 trans cooler, V4N Gold Key Delete, The European cars had RPO Code T84 headlights, the Japanese cars had T85 headlights. The European cars had the V76 Front Tow Hooks. All 21 had the T79 fog lamps, and and the Japanese cars had the TR2 Enlarged Turn Signal. The eleven European cars had the VL4 Front License Plate Mount. All 21 had the DD9 side mirrors. All but two of the german cars (001 and 002) had the ZAA compact spare. Don't know why the two german cars didn't have them, but they also had codes R9Z, YN6, and YM6 that none of the others had. All three german cars had the CE4 High Pressure Headlight Washer, though no other Allante had them Lastly, the European cars had the AY4 Front Headrest restraint, while the ten Japanese cars had the AJ3 Inflatable Front restraint.

One Export with standard hardtop VIN.

Does anyone have any of these Export cars, and could you post photos of the various differences as pointed out in these RPO Codes?
 
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