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    History of the L 100

    Hi I'm a new user yea first time, I recently talked a old friend out of a pair of L100, there serial,# 238495 238301 with the A At the end and the emblem on the crossover is orange. So I'm wondering when they were built and what the A stands for

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    Thank you for the links it made for some interesting reading, but I didn't find that it answered my question

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    The orange logo on front foilcal indicates latest and last version of L100 (except for reissue L100 2019). First was 4310, then inline L100, black logo and finally orange.

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