I have seen that one before and noticed those differences as well. I don't think that any of them came with lights in the grill like that. The MM is right for it as the 73 models had MM and the 74's had yellow side panels and "WHITE" in the grill. The yellow on the cab fenders isn't like any real ones either but the cab is right. When it comes down to it it is just some artists drawing of a G-1355 and as with many of the other brochures especially the 50 series what they drew and what rolled out of the factory are not the same. Here is a pic of a 73 and 74 model for you to see the differences.
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