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    This is Porsche 901 number 00013

    Just came in at Porsche Centrum Gelderland in Heteren, Netherlands: Porsche 901 number 00013. There's only two older 901's in the world.
    See here:
    http://www.vierenzestig.nl/1964-porsche-911-registry/

    Erik

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    Erik,

    If you have it, please post a picture of the license plate as well. The CA owner in the 80s was already aware of it's uniqueness.

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    Looks that way...

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    I realize he actually made a mistake, it's a 901 ..

    Richard
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    That is just too cool !!


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    VIN = 300013
    Eng# = ?
    Trans# = ?

    Amazing! Where do these cars hide, anyway?

    And was this one in the 232 Registry? (Site 's 'blocked' where I'm at, so . . . .)

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    Eric

    300005 is not in your list and is F. Beck's 300011 not MIA?

    Richard
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    Is the car available for sale? Looking for engine 900125

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    I think it will be in the end. But since there's no price available yet I don't mind when it's moved to the General Info section.

    @Richard: not sure about the status of number 11, car number 5 will be added this week.

    Number 13 was in the Registry, but it had not been spotted since the car came to Europe from the USA. Funny thing: previous owner had imported more 1964 cars from the States, just because he wanted the oldest cars available since no extra tax had to be paid for these cars. He bought them for less than 10.000 dollar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongRanger View Post
    VIN = 300013
    Eng# = ?
    Trans# = ?

    Amazing! Where do these cars hide, anyway?

    And was this one in the 232 Registry? (Site 's 'blocked' where I'm at, so . . . .)
    This car was in Finland for years. Saw it last year and looked quite stunning, unfortunately didn't have the money to buy it :-(.
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