Thanks Mike, I thought it was just the Redline. Still learning about these things every day.
Well, apparently one of three things have occurred here...
1G0MG3CX8AY100015 and 1G0MG3CX4AY100027 were built to 2010 specs with the large mirrors and didn't get crushed and German GT is wrong.
1G0MG3CX8AY100015 and 1G0MG3CX4AY100027 were built to 2010 specs but without the large mirrors and didn't get crushed and German GT is right.
Two crushed cars are somehow being serviced with or without big mirrors...
Very possible, but there have been comments about better rearward vision with the larger mirrors. So maybe it isn't all about rarity, or at least not for everyone.In 2010 the EU required larger mirrors. It applied to all makes and models, and some cars needed to change strictly for compliance. I'm glad there are people who like the work of EU bureaucrats, but I get the distinct feeling that the appeal here is the rarity, and if the car had been produced a few more years owners of the newer cars would be looking for the original mirrors. 😉