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    Great car. I had the pleasure of supplying the harnesses and the lightweight needle felt to Jacques the owner of this car. Does anyone have any better pictures/links of the harnesses in the car. ?

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    Atleast they didn't call it an "outlaw"...
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    Says listing no longer available. Maybe some lucky new owner.

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    car is still available now with original 6301908 case rebuilt with all factory parts,rear latch panel is also now period correct,one of rarest 911 built out of 43 lightweight shell of
    which less than 10 for road use with so many special features ,only silver built,restored to concours condition and ready for serious collector
    will consider partial trades

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    My Uncle owned one of these 1970 original narrow body lightweights that went back to Werks for the full ST treatment. ST flares, 2.5L etc... Car was unreal fast! He brought it over to the States in 1978. No one in the US knew what it was back then but we did.
    72S, 72T now ST

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    My Uncle owned one of these 1970 original narrow body lightweights that went back to Werks for the full ST treatment. ST flares, 2.5L etc... Car was unreal fast! He brought it over to the States in 1978. No one in the US knew what it was back then but we did.
    Please tell me someone took some photos of it back then !!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Miller View Post
    . . . Please tell me someone took some photos of it back then !!!!!! . . .
    Another poste . . .
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...l=1#post525332



    . . . and did we ever get a VIN?





    ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongRanger View Post
    Another poste . . .
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...l=1#post525332
    . . . and did we ever get a VIN?
    ........
    I wonder if it survived and where it is now ?

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    Haha, nothing gets by you guys! Didn't survive a crash at Sears Point unfortunately. We talk about it every day almost. We could have fixed it no problem but back then it was a different story. You just got another body and moved on. He was stationed in Germany in the early 70's and that's where he bought it. Used to take it to PCA events at the factory. Yes, there was a PCA Germany Region back then. He raced Nürburgring and other tracks in Germany while stationed there in the Army. Notice, you had to pop the hood to put gas in. That's why I build them that way. It had no heat tubes running through the rockers. That was all deleted from the factory. Lots of cool lightweight details.
    72S, 72T now ST

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    It was updated for the street by the guy in Germany he bought it from after he was done racing it that's why you see the Gary Player pin stripe paint work and rear seats added etc. but it was 100% an original lightweight. Confirmed by Jurgen Barth back in the day. Sad it's gone.
    72S, 72T now ST

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