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Does anybody know what the production codes are for the CLK? I read W208, but I also read C208 for the coupe and A208 for the cabriolet. Thoughts?<p>a204b210n126client90.hawaii.rr.com
 
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W = Wagen = car <br> R = Roadster <br> C = Coupe <br> A = Cabriolet/convertible <br> S = Stations Wagon (T-Model)<br> <br> These are letter designations for vehicle type, most chassis codes are referred by the W designation as it is universal.<p>
 
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So for, say, the CLK, I could say W208 or C/A 208, then? I suppose that makes sense. Thanks Frank.<p>a204b210n126client90.hawaii.rr.com
 
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One more thing...

What does this mean for the G-Class though? I've been struggling to figure it out. You know, for the two wagons and the cabrio. Do you know how that one works?<p>a204b210n126client90.hawaii.rr.com
 
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Re: One more thing...

G-Class<br> G-wagon<br> Geländewagen<br> <br> Hope this helps. ;-)<p>
 
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Also, something interesting...

A Class -<br> The significance of the A designation was simply that this car would be positioned on the first rung of the ladder in the Mercedes range. <br> <br> C-class (Compact)<br> E-class (Executive)<br> S-class (Super)<br> G-class (Geländewagen)<br> M-class (Mobility)<p>
 
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Re: So how would we derive the -L, and -LK classes?

hmmm here's some more abbreviations.<br> T = Touring<br> R = Roadster<br> <br> C = Coupe?<br> Sportlich - sporty<br> Leicht- light<br> Kompact - compact<br> Kurz - short<p>gk.un.org
 
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