Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 07:34:41 -0400
From: "Eric Law" <elawnopsamexxx.com>
Subject: Re: How to Tell SPG


I think this varied quite a bit depending on what country you reside in. In the USA, as I recall, it goes something like this: 1) If it's a 9000, it's not an SPG (package was only available on 900's) 2) '85-'86: SPG package only was appearance items: special 3-spoke wheels, ground effects, only available in black or charcoal(?). SPG package also included all the other optional equipment: power sunroof, leather seats, foglights, etc. 3) '87-'88: Same as earlier plus "improved handling" suspension which included lowering springs and different shocks. 4) '89 on: Same as earlier plus increased turbo boost = more horsepower. Many people think all SPG's have increased power, this just ain't so! Only the later ones. Eric Law Aaron <akdhimannopsamncsu.edu> wrote in message news:37364207.38230953nopsam.intrex.net... > Hi, how can you tell if a car is an SPG (9000 or 900)? > Are there special embroiderings/symbols? > > What all is different with an SPG and a regular model??

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