As part of the tourist delivery vehicle option, the owners are then able to use the car to tour through Europe for 12 months and when they have completed their holiday it is then available to be imported into Australia without incurring any duties. Unfortunately, this option is no longer available but was used by many who could afford it, back in the day. Theo is very fortunate that his 6.3 has full documentation of its travels through Europe with all the services being documented in the service books. To compare the personalised options that the cars were ordered with one has Velour trim, sunroof with factory Webasto wind deflector and kilometers per hour speedometer. The other was ordered with leather, steel wheels with hubcaps. Each car was delivered with the rare option of the five piece luggage set which unfortunately are no longer with either of the cars. The standard options of these vehicles are factory air conditioning, central locking and air suspension. Remember that it was the late 60s so most of these options were new and rarely available in most other makes and models.
Note the registration numbers are 24 numbers apart!!