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    Hi,
    what does the 'P' designate in the engine plate of my 1961 ID19.
    it is shown as ID19-P.
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    Parisienne? It's a Heidelweiss car, isn't it?

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    This is on the engine plate. Heidelberg car is right.
    What is a ID19-B?
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    I have seen an ID19-P engine plate on a 1961 Slough ID and ID19-FR on a 1963 Slough ID, so I don't think it means Parisienne.

    ID19B was the designation of the later ID19 with the "square" 1985cc engine from late 1966.

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    Poverty! It is an ID after all.

    You'll find ID19P on both French and Heidelberg IDs and it apparently refers to the nominally 69hp version, really 66hp. There were apparently some export versions with a DS19 engine and then some revisions in 1964 and 1965, before the ID19B appeared with the 5-bearing engine. Cars around 1965-1967 had a real mixture of early and late design features.

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