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

  1. #21
    wow. Thank you Mike. I am very interested in this story
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  2. #22
    LOF 10F is a 68S. Was a Ddk car.

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

  3. #23
    Thanks Mike.
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  4. #24
    A meeting here in Europe would be great! I have been considering this one, but sadly too busy this year: http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...-26th-and-27th

    Will take a look in my files. I should have at least a couple European 67S´s not in the S-Registry Roster.
    S-Reg #1382
    67S Lavender
    70S Silver, original Slate Gray Japan delivery

  5. #25

    307221S Belgium

    Believe this one was restored and sold in Italy recently.

    307221S_1.jpg

    307221S_2.jpg

    307221S_4.jpg

    307221S_5.jpg

    Kardex 307221S.jpg
    S-Reg #1382
    67S Lavender
    70S Silver, original Slate Gray Japan delivery

  6. #26
    That's what we have so far:

    306438 S - UK - irischgrün - european car
    306565 S - ITALY - (AMAG) weiss - european car
    307221 S - ITALY - export to Belgium (Frères d'Ieteren) irischgrün - european car
    307955 S - LUXEMBOURG - export to France (Sonauto) polorot - european car
    308022 S - NORWAY - us import - vw color lavendel - us car
    308139 S - AUSTRIA - jochen rindt's car - bahama gelb - european car
    308429 S - SWEDEN - Akes bahama gelb - european car
    + Mikes's S - UK - polorot - normally european car

    Thank you so far for your help and thank you Radmund for the meeting information
    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  7. #27
    That's what I found out about 307221 S. It was in the States.
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    1993 964 C2 convertible
    1967 911 S

  8. #28
    308068S UK RHD
    UK RHD car, original colour was aga blue, was given the photo below by the first owner of the car who is now in his late 70s, I was able to meet the gentlemen last weekend, and he saw his old car in the flesh, very different to how he remembers it.

    1967 yr pic.jpg
    A picture of the car in its current livery previous owner had stripped the car and rallied it a for a short period. My intentions are to commence a full restoration of the car back to original road spec with a few personal sports purpose touches starting later this year.

    20140913_081404.jpg

    Regards
    Mark

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by steven71 View Post
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    306565 S - ITALY - (AMAG) weiss - european car
    .....
    the colour is light ivory (difficult to see in that picture) and, of course, the car was sold in Switzerland by AMAG.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Mark111 View Post
    UK RHD car, original colour was aga blue, was given the photo below by the first owner of the car who is now in his late 70s, I was able to meet the gentlemen last weekend, and he saw his old car in the flesh, very different to how he remembers it.
    Wow, what a cool picture, just like the factory shots! That girl is so sweet it makes me want to go over and give her a hug :-) You should look her up and arrange a new photoshoot!
    Last edited by Schiefer; 05-24-2015 at 04:55 AM. Reason: ...spell
    S-Reg #1382
    67S Lavender
    70S Silver, original Slate Gray Japan delivery

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