Re: Re: [Syncro_T3_Australia] Photos of Digital Clock in Tach Equipped Instrument Cluster

Our syncros are just as different from an Italian as an Austrian to a Swedish. There is no such thing as Euro spec. Each country is different.



> BenT Syncro <syncro@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 11:49 AM, <plander@optusnet.com.au> wrote:
>
> >
> > > That light panel has the previously mentioned Ox2 sensor light. The
> > > light
> > > is present in US and European spec T3's with petrol engines.
> >
> > There is really no such thing as "European spec". That is just an
> > Americanism for non US/Canadian spec vans.
> >
> > Most of the syncros sold in most European countries did not have an O2
> > sensor.
>
>
> That is not entirely accurate. Most manufacturers have different
> specifications for each country they intend to import to. In the new EU
> they
> relaxed the rules a bit. That was not always the case. For example, I
> own 3
> different T3 Doublecabs from 3 different countries. Each one is similar
> yet
> different enough because of regional requirements. I couldn't very well
> call
> my Canadian spec vehicle when it was clearly different from my Syncro
> which
> was originally delivered in Europe. That Canadian Doka was never
> officially
> imported to the US so it is no US spec either. What would you call a T3
> Transporter delivered to Australia? It's not Euro spec. It's not US
> spec.
> Hmmmm..... Even in when I lived in Asia, they differentiated
> specifications
> on imported vehicles. It might be a popular term in the US but hardly
> exclusive here.
>
>
> BenT