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Thread: Looking for a 1970 911S car/ RSR tribute in Texas. Who knows this car?

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    Looking for a 1970 911S car/ RSR tribute in Texas. Who knows this car?

    Hi all,

    I recently bought a 911/02 1970 2,2S engine. Engine number *6300400*
    I have been told that the chances are that the matching S chassis is still around. What I know of the engine:

    Jack McAllister sold the engine to Perry Kiehl around the year 2002.

    Jack McAllister sold the chassis shortly after selling the engine to a guy in Texas, he doesn't remember his name, also in 2002.

    Attached a picture of the S as it looked in 2002. It had widened flares for RSR replica purposes


    Does anyone know this car? Or maybe in the Texas area a clue where to look?

    Any help is appreciated!

    Best,

    Jesse


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    Some extra information on this car:

    VIN 9110300307
    911 S Coupe 2,2 L (180 PS) Model 1970
    Engine Nr 630 0400
    sold to USA on the 25 Nov 1969

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    Bump, no ideas on finding this car?

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