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Posted by tp on June 26, 2000 at 16:09:17:

In Reply to: Wrong, there are left hand lancers and (more.....) posted by Joe on June 26, 2000 at 11:26:56:

Any Lancer that's LHD has been converted, there are no original LHD Lancers. I checked Sun-International's webpage http://www.renaultsport.com/contents.html
and they only have pics of RHD Lancers. Even if they did do a conversion, I doubt you could get a new 2000 model for $46k. And it still wouldn't be street legal, which is what my point was. It's as likely as seeing a Porsche 959 on the highway...


: Left hand driver lancers are real, just very rare. There is this company called Sun-International out in california that has a white 2000 Mitsubishi Evo VI RS(left hand drive) for sale at a price of 46,000. I was considering this car before i got my M3, but the only thing that stopped me was that the Lancer is not DOT or SAE approved according to Sun international.




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