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Thread: Porsche Classic article on 1973 2.8 RSR - 9113600894

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    Quote Originally Posted by alarson11 View Post

    Does anyone know what this logo is on the top of the front hood and almost touching the windshield?
    ZF?

    https://www.isaydingdong.co.uk/oursh...414159-ZF.html

    https://www.zf.com/corporate/en_de/m..._22073448.html

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    Thanks for everyone's help! I still have a few questions I need help with.

    On the Chiquita logo on the Ducktail, do you see a banana unpeeled, or possibly their Carmen Miranda model? I see a blue Chiquita logo on the banana.
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    Thanks for the help on the upper Textar logo on the left rear quarter panel? Here is a fun picture I found with the Textar logo:
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    Here is the ZF logo is on the top of the front hood. It was a German transmission company, so this seems to make sense. Does everyone agree this is the logo, as it is hard to see?
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    It sounds like this yellow dot is on the front bumper is a Smiley face? Does anyone know what style of smile face was used back in 1973?
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    I found the old version of the red checkered logo below. However, I still need help to identify the blue checkered logo. It almost looks like a Goodyear tire logo. Anyone else have any ideas? Does anyone know what kind of Company APO was? And does anyone know what the logo is on the front hood above the number 8?
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    1975 Porsche-Kremer Carrera 3.0 RSR race #0050005
    1967 Porsche 911 2.0L SWB Factory Rally Kit #308299
    1957 Porsche 356A Speedster race car, #82985
    1961 Porsche 356B T5 Roadster race car, #89346
    1971 Porsche 911E Targa street car
    1972 Porsche 911 T/ST race car

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    Quote Originally Posted by alarson11 View Post

    It sounds like this yellow dot is on the front bumper is a Smiley face? Does anyone know what style of smile face was used back in 1973?
    I think that only the classic Smiley was available in 1973:
    https://www.theguardian.com/artandde...design-history


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    In the latest issue of Classic Porsche, John Starkey replied in the "Reader Responds" section with some updated and confirmed ownership information and Historical race results for the 9113600894. It is certainly nice to get the 1976 LeMans and 1977 LeMans history confirmed and validated!

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    1975 Porsche-Kremer Carrera 3.0 RSR race #0050005
    1967 Porsche 911 2.0L SWB Factory Rally Kit #308299
    1957 Porsche 356A Speedster race car, #82985
    1961 Porsche 356B T5 Roadster race car, #89346
    1971 Porsche 911E Targa street car
    1972 Porsche 911 T/ST race car

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