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There are several solid indicators that you have a "real" factory SPG. There is the V speed rating on the visor, the debadging, the unleaded only sticker, the visibly lowered suspension, and perhaps most telling is the sticker inside the door panel with "aero" on it. All these put together means you have a "genuine" SPG from the factory. Unless somebody went through a whole hell of a lot of trouble and money to reproduce all that when he could have just bought one. Sorry, not sure of the details of the Canuck "SPG" other than it wasn't identical to the US version -- might even be considered better with the ecode lights! I'm sure someone will chime in with the details. Either way, it's a nice car.
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