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

  1. #11
    Thank you very much Schiefer. Can you tell me the vin and engine number of your car?? Was this lavender color original? It looks great.
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  2. #12
    I have recently started a thread on this car. Not much info yet, but at least numbers and options. It has been repainted a couple times, but the color is supposed to be correct.

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...light=Lavender

    Cheers, Radmund
    S-Reg #1382
    67S Lavender
    70S Silver, original Slate Gray Japan delivery

  3. #13
    Great thread Radmund. I saw pictures on other threads where I saw your car but I was not sure with the vin. Now I know it. If we could find as much as possible cars here in Europe we could organize a meeting one day. That would be absolutely fantastic.
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  4. #14
    I don't suppose you want to complicate things with Rhd cars from the UK? Are we still European?

    There are 24 survivors of the RHD 67S world wide and 12 are in Europe (UK). Here is mine,



    Regards
    Mike
    RS#1551
    67S
    73E (home after 25 years) and sold again
    Early S reg. #681

  5. #15
    There is another 911S here in Luxembourg. I saw the car at a meeting but I don't know details. Here are the 2 pictures I took. As you can see there are a few non matching parts. Could be a 68S? But I am confused because of the licence plate.
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    Last edited by steven71; 05-23-2015 at 04:29 AM.
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  6. #16
    Of course Mike. We are all Europeans. A fantastic car. In my personal list which I've collected over the years there are only 2 RHD car: 306611S and 307695S . Maybe you could help me with a PM ;-)
    Last edited by steven71; 05-23-2015 at 04:23 AM.
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  7. #17
    Steven

    I will pm you later with some details. It may also interest you to know that my car, pictured above, also spent some time with an owner in Luxembourg.

    Regards
    Mike
    RS#1551
    67S
    73E (home after 25 years) and sold again
    Early S reg. #681

  8. #18
    306565 is in Italy (a friend of mine).
    Fully restored, matching numbers, sunroof, webasto, rear wiper.
    Sold by AMAG in November 1966.
    Attachment 334661

  9. #19
    Over the years I found some RHD esses but I don't know their vin's.
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    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  10. #20
    Thank you so much. The first italian car. Mine was sold by Sonauto France.
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

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