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Hi on Friday we bought a 1999 Mitsubishi Magna executive sedan but on the rego label it says it is a verada. Unfortunatly there were no books with it and there are somethings in the dash we are not sure of can you help please sorry I just realised that it is $20..0 for your help so please disregard this as we are pensioners and can't afford that kind regards Jill

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  • dickandjill Jan 07, 2009

    what is the difference between a mitsubishi magna executive 1999 model and a verada and i realy need something to help us with the dashboard and what all the instruments are for, there wasn,t an owners handbook ib the car when we bought it mant thanks jill

  • dickandjill Jan 07, 2009

    what is the difference between a mitsubishi magna executive 1999 model and a verada and i realy need something to help us with the dashboard and what all the instruments are for, there wasn,t an owners handbook ib the car when we bought it mant thanks jill

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Hi ,if you look under the bonnet and read the compliance plate witch is silver,it will tell you the year and the model it is,hope this helped

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