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Thread: Porsche Factory Kardex information

  1. #21
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    San Diego, CA
    My 1970 MY 911 was built in 12/69. Can I get a Kardex for my car? Did the changeover from the Kardex system occur based on the calendar year of was it tied to the model year of the car?


  2. #22
    Porsche is making it more difficult every day to get this information, but at this time I can still get kardexes for every Porsche built until 1969. Basic rule is: when your VIN starts with 119 I can get it. When it start with 911 I can't, so probably that's when the changeover started...


  3. #23
    Hi Erik, are you able to get the kardex for a 1968 912? I have my CoA but am looking for info on first owner (and whether my car was first delivered to Germany or Sweden). My email is mikeobryan16 at



  4. #24
    Erik, thanks for the quick turnaround. Was able to identify that my car was purchased from the Mahag VW/Porsche dealership in Munich and first registered to a fellow in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (small ski village in southern Germany). Good starting point to fill the remaining gaps in my car's history :-)


  5. #25
    Chiming in.

    Erik has always provided me with excellent service as well. He's a valuable and much appreciated resource.

    On the subject of when the Kardex went out of use, I have previously been able to source 1970 Kardex's from other sources so they were in use for at least SOME 1970 cars as can be verified by the Kardex for my 1970 911S.

    70 911S Kardex.JPG
    Member # 2530
    My esses...
    1969 911S Soft Window Targa
    1970 911S Sunroof Coupe
    1973 911S Targa

  6. #26
    Hi. I would need a kardex for my 911 1966. please provide details how to pay.

  7. #27
    Extremely valuable for locating former owners. Located both first owners for my two 912s. One first owner lead me to the second owner.

  8. #28
    Semjon Semjon's Avatar
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    Jun 2005
    Groningen, Netherlands
    Anyone good at deciphering German handwriting form the 60's?
    First owner is printed on Kardex and company exists on the same address.
    Second owner is written in such a way that for me it is not readable. I can make up Stuttgart but the rest not..
    Anyone would like to take a shot?
    Early 911S registry member #1391
    Built '65, MY66 911 in total restoration

  9. #29
    Maybe "Zahnarzt" - dentist

    '68 911 Karmann Coupe

  10. #30
    Semjon Semjon's Avatar
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    Jun 2005
    Groningen, Netherlands
    I think you could be right
    Early 911S registry member #1391
    Built '65, MY66 911 in total restoration

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