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Conclusion:
TME GSR only Japanise+UK market and only RHD.
Total 3020 cars 644 with decal and 2376 without decal

TME RS2 only Europe+Australia market LHD and RHD
Total 721 cars 236(209LHD+27RHD)with decal and 485(409LHD+76RHD) without decal

TME RS Europe+Australia+Japanise+UK market LHD and RHD
Total 351 cars 112LHD and 239RHD

Total production TME 4092 cars
GSR 3020
RS2 721
RS 351

Total TME with decal olny Red color and olny GSR and RS2 880 cars

The Rarest production TME is RS and particularly LHD TME RS
 

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These figures are suspicious to say the least. Only Mitsubishi can state the numbers, otherwise it's just hearsay.
Why are they suspicious? Everyone who has checked their car can verify it is on the list. The chassis numbers are in order mine is bang on. I doubt very much the Mitsubishi family will come on the MLR and verify anything and even if they did their would still be users/trolls there to say they are incorrect. The level of detail the OP has done is great I for one believe it and not just because I have a black one but because why go to that much effort for a laugh.

I await your normal snappy and rude response.
 

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Why are they suspicious? Everyone who has checked their car can verify it is on the list. The chassis numbers are in order mine is bang on. I doubt very much the Mitsubishi family will come on the MLR and verify anything and even if they did their would still be users/trolls there to say they are incorrect. The level of detail the OP has done is great I for one believe it and not just because I have a black one but because why go to that much effort for a laugh.

I await your normal snappy and rude response.
Fighting words, what's the issue?
 

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I for one couldn’t care less about “ the numbers” Rare doesn’t always mean desirable and/or valuable anyhow. ;) the SCP evo is and always will be the most desirable Evo ever made that’s a fact, the rest is just noise :crackup:. I wish they made more as I’d have two 😁
 

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Willox - on the first page there are the 2 TME models, RS and RS2. So a standard TME - does that come under the GSR table? The book only lists RS models as TME? Dont quite understand what a non RS TME is referred to? Thanks.
I honestly don't know or haven't looked into it,just sharing what I've got in a manual:handsup:

Got enough to do with my 6,it's got 99 problems but scp ain't one:mhihi:

Sorry can't answer your question :smthumbup
 

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I honestly don't know or haven't looked into it,just sharing what I've got in a manual:handsup:

Got enough to do with my 6,it's got 99 problems but scp ain't one:mhihi:

Sorry can't answer your question :smthumbup
No problem, you can see the confusion though- the TME is listed as RS models. I thought the TME sub model was GSR, but that doesn't work according to the tables in the manual.

Maybe someone else knows.

Btw is the manual UK, Aus or??

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The Europian TME are only RS and RS2 (LHD and RHD and 4 colors A69H-R71J-W83G-X08H)the same the brochure and the owner manual have information only from them.

The Australian TME are only RS2 only RHD and 4 colors A69H-R71J-W83G-X08H the same the brochure and the owner manual have information only from them.

The Japan-Uk TME are only GSR and RS only RHD and 5 colors A69H-R71J-W83G-X08H-D85H the same the brochure and the owner manual have information only from them.

There for you can identify the brochure and the owner manual for wich market is referred to (japan/uk-europian-australian)
 
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