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Someone is selling two identical cars except one has A49 stamped on the base and the other has A50.

They are advertised as a variation, but is that really enough to qualify as one?
I believe if that's the case then EVERYTHING is a variation based on the fact that no 2 things are exactly alike.
 

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Those are production codes and aren't part of the cars' design or look. To qualify as a variation to me, the changes have to be with the body, base (material, design or color change), paint, tampos, windows, wheels, tires and interior. The packaging can be included for packaging collectors.
 

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Yes those are production codes ....

Their NOT considered a Variant ....

Variants are paint colors - interior colors - windshields being different colors - wheels & tampo details ...

Not different codes
 
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