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Originally Posted by wgwollet View Post
Remember ROW cars are not trusted on mileage, the Kilometers to Miles has always been fudged, plus other issues.....my 1978 and the 1979 models are rare because they have 3.3 engines, bigger brakes, intercooler and last but not least pass all US emissions even California WITHOUT a catalytic convertor....from 1986-89 they must conform to stricter CA emissions. That's why the 930 left the USA in 1980, could not meet 50 state emissions..
The current market is not obsessive about ROW vs. US..........but if anything, ROW cars are slightly favoured in 3.0 as well as 3.3, in Europe as well as the US.

The 78 930 is viewed as a part of the 3.3 family, rather than a limited production car within its own model year.
The 78 930 is not so distinctively different from from later 930`s, as is the case with 75-77 cars.
Floating rotors (and the emmisions issue in the US) make 78`s + 79`s attractive among the 3.3`s though.
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