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Online allanuber


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Will take a look back at the invoices, but I'm sure we had to specify what side drive the car was when ordering.

Lots of small things - like the carbon for the switches in the RHD 355 is different to LHD - and they appear identical from a quick look.

C'mon, do it!



Offline flamestone

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I obviously haven't driven my car much yet... only twice so far (under 100km) and I thought the handbrake lever is at the same side for both RHD and LHD from my memory... that's why I raised the question... :)

Thanx heaps!

richie

I just googled a whole bunch of interior images to compare, and looks like you're right:  handbrake always to the right.

So looks like it's universal.   :thumbsup:



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