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Thread: Factory built 66S and 67S for european customers

  1. #51
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    Le Mans, France
    Quote Originally Posted by steven71 View Post
    ok thanks Karim. Amag was the Swiss importer, Frères d'Ieteren was Belgium importer and Sunauto was French importer!?
    Sonauto was the French importer, from 1950 to 1999.
    From 1950 to 1973, it was Auguste Veuillet's company. Then, it was a Porsche's subsidiary.

    Since 1999, Porsche-France is the Porsche importer.

  2. #52
    I have 306832S sold thru Autogerma-Bologna Italy in Jan.'67 built 22-11-66.
    Polo Red with black-Pepita int.
    Currently under restoration as a race car.

  3. #53
    I have 305628S that was originally silver (6206) but is now red. A connection at Porsche said it originally sold in Frankfurt but now lives in San Diego county, CA, USA (Kardex to clarify eventually). The gauges and dashboard lettering all in German/metric units. It has the European wheel-lock ignition too. I know all that could be replaced but a much easier explanation was that it was imported into the US at some point.






  4. #54
    Did I see a wood dash on the first car in this thread? When I got my 67S it had a wood dash but not sure when it was installed. 305607S sold Aug. 66 by Rottger in Hagen Germany. Bahama Yellow/green interior, motor 960081. Can anone read the original owners name on the Kardex or know about this badge?
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    No Crap

  5. #55
    The guy who did the Kardex transcribing had lousy handwriting (same guy or gal who did mine)...
    1967 911S Bahama Yellow/Black - In Restoration
    1997 993 4S Black/Cashmere

    Looking for engine #961565

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