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Postby Tortron » 17 Oct 2008, 00:41

Hey, were there any option codes on a plate in engine bay? should be 3 digit numbers?
This text comfirms the fact that directly above this is a line
"as you would expect on a car of this age..."
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Postby 1000er » 17 Oct 2008, 13:13

hi dino and welcome here!

looking forward to see your car at the meeting kaiserslautern :-)
chevette-lovers like us are quite rare here in continental-europe...

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Postby Dino » 27 Oct 2008, 20:29

@Tortron,

thanks for welcome me here.

Yes there is an plate with the following numbers:

9TB11 DOM 280846 1BL 931 054 547

9TB11 = Modell
DOM = Destination
280846 = Job-No
1BL = Paintcode light blue met. (1976)
931 = Trimcode (can somebody tell me what it is?)
054 = ( i dont know)
547 = Hazard Warning flasher

is this correct?


@Thomas,

i think on the meeting in 2015 :wink: Good things tooks time!

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Postby Tortron » 27 Oct 2008, 22:13

That T is new to me - may be a one off for your car "T" for "Targa" :)

my decoder says

Vauxhall chevette
2 door saloon
1275 cc standard compression
Unknown manufacturing Plant

im guessing your trim code is viking blue? or Onyx? is it blown nylon or fabric? as that 931 doest match up with anything, it should be a 1B1 type digit

547 hazzard warning flashers

the other trims i cant find any match for either

perhaps related to your styled road wheels
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Postby Dino » 04 Nov 2008, 22:06

Hi Tortron,

thanks for the Info`s. The seats have a red and blue tartan like that in the HS/HSR. But this was made by Baur in Stuttgart.

"T" for "Targa"... yes, thats possible :roll:

A few days ago i got a address from someone at the Vauxhall Heritage Centre in Luton. I will write him an Email with some questions about the Targa. Perhaps they have some news / facts for me.

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