Standard Models

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Tanfoglio T95 - Design Details
... The Tanfoglio Combat/Standard models are evolved copies of the famous CZ-75 pistol design, with manufacturing improvements ... The Tanfoglio Combat/Standard is offered in several variants in full sized, compact and subcompact pistol frame sizes ... The Tanfoglio Combat/Standard is a short recoil operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistol that uses a Browning Hi-Power style linkless system ...
Chevrolet Marajó - History - Models and Changes (1976–1987)
... Through model year 1976, the Chevette Woodie carried wood simulating sheet-vinyl trim and upgraded interior/exterior trim ... The Woody model has become quite scarce, especially in higher condition grades ... Chevrolet marketed the Chevette Scooter model with a MSRP of $2,899, without a rear seat or glovebox door ...
Packard 200 - 1951 and 1952
200 and 250 were introduced as Packard's least expensive model range on August 24, 1950, taking the place of the low-line Packard Standard models which were eliminated for the 1951 model year ... design was more formal than its predecessor, and would serve Packard until the end of the 1956 model year when true Packard production ceased ... junior" series cars, and were separated from the Packard 300 and Packard Patrician 400 models by their shorter wheelbases (122 in/3,100 mm versus 127 in/3,23 ...
Taylor Guitars - Standard Models
... Models available 110, 110e, 110ce, 114, 114e, 114ce 200 Series features rosewood laminate back and sides with a Sitka spruce top and white binding with a white three-ring rosette ... Models available 210, 210e, 210ce, 214, 214e, 214ce 300 Series features solid sapele back and sides with a Sitka spruce top, black binding and a white three-ring rosette ... Models available 310, 310e, 310ce, 312, 312e, 312ce, 312ce-N, 314, 314e, 314ce, 354, 354e, 354ce, 314ce-N, 316, 316e, 316ce, 356, 356e, 356ce 400 Series ...

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