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Asked by Aug 18, 2009 at 04:02 AM about the Mitsubishi 3000GT

Question type: General

Can i just say most of the cars on here are really smart, but why are the steering wheels on the wrong side?

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They are Left hand drive... thats the way the 3000GT's were sold in the States. If you see any Right hand drive vehicles then it is a Mitsubishi GTO, and not a 3000GT. Those are the japanese versions of these cars, and often enough; what you will find in canada now as well.

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GTO's were only sold in Japan.GTO's anywhere else are Jap imports. Outside Japan they are GT3000's. Mitsubishi did'nt want to annoy Ferrari by copying the name of their famous GTO. I have a UK spec GT3000 with right hand drive.

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They kept the same name, at least in canada they kept the GTO name. That's how they are registered and that's what the garnish says. Never heard of this GT3000 stuff. Even on the 3si forum i've yet to hear of a GT3000. But who know's.

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Have a look on wikipedia. All the history/info etc is there.

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UK has right hand drive 3000GT it was sold as GTO in japan australia and new zealand

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