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    just had a look at the copy of the german fahrzeugbrief(title) of 350286... it says date of first registration 9th of july 1965

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    350285 had a date of June 24, and the Aga blue car has a similar date. So 350286 would likely also. That fits nicely with registration July 9. Thanks for all the info on 350286 Franz. We should look at getting the Kardex for it. Thanks Tim for providing me with the info on the Aga Blue car. Great documentation. Perhaps with the early introduction of the printed color chart for 1966 there was some demand for the new colors 6607 & 6608.
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    maybe the old "Cristopherus" should be looked up again, to find anything written about "preorder possibility" or availabilities of color codes.

    The factory seemed to have it announced like in the 901/911 early color discussion

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    70 650 astralred silver triumph bonneville
    65 912 slate gray "erwin"
    73 914 ravennagreen "ferdl"

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    Somewhere I read that 300037, a Ruf car, was also Aga blue. However I do not know if that was it's original color.
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    RUF's 300037 is Bali blue (6412).

    The only MY65 911 I have seen in Aga blue is 3014xx which has been delivered by AMAG in Schinznach-Bad.
    Is it yours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert-Jean View Post
    RUF's 300037 is Bali blue (6412).
    Thanks, I suspected that was the case, but wanted confirmation.
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    [QUOTE=Robert-Jean;980590]RUF's 300037 is Bali blue (6412).

    The only MY65 911 I have seen in Aga blue is 3014xx which has been delivered by AMAG in Schinznach-Bad.
    Is it yours?

    Yep, that's the one. Heavily modified for the 'turbo look', in an age when everyone wanted the racing look and early cars weren't worth a plugged nickel.
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    1965 911 engine # 901617 & transmission # 101472-901/0
    and
    1971s engine 6310045 & trans 7167623

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    Your car has great potential.
    Now it is in good hands.

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