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    Junior Member Arlo911's Avatar
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    Looking for info/history of chassis 9112300820

    Is it still possible to get a Kardex these days?
    Or does anyone on the forum know of chassis number 9112300820?

    Thanks in advance.
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    You can get the Coa. The kardex if I have not understood correctly could get to get the last in the 70! For the Coa as you know, it is managed in the porsche! I take and ask! is it true that in brief to produce the coa of my vehicle is necessary a visit with the dealer? They told me that I would have to take pictures, catalog it etc! Is it true that this will be the new method to obtain COA?
    Baudett

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    It’s no longer called the COA and the information is vary scant and basic. Yes you have to jump through hoops and provide a lot of details.

    There was no Kardex for 1972 cars, I’ve tried everything but no joy. I do have a letter from 30 years ago and a COA from ten years ago though. Our cars are very close, mine is 9112300614, an Italian supplied S in February 1972.

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    Pretty basic I would say. Are they sealing? They do not even give you the engine number if you do not have it before. In Spain this new method to obtain the certificate is starting to be implemented ... Mine was delivered in Germany at 72 9112300576 and maybe in February too !
    Baudett

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    I have nothing for 0820 in my data base ... sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by majordad View Post
    It’s no longer called the COA and the information is vary scant and basic. Yes you have to jump through hoops and provide a lot of details.

    There was no Kardex for 1972 cars, I’ve tried everything but no joy. I do have a letter from 30 years ago and a COA from ten years ago though. Our cars are very close, mine is 9112300614, an Italian supplied S in February 1972.


    sorry for the posting! But now that I have the date I know they were close! On January 19 ours!
    Baudett

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    Small update

    The 1972 911S with chassis number 9112300820 has now been purchased by my brother, but we're still looking for information.
    This car was allegedly owned by John Paul Sr, but we don't have a lot of documentation with the car.

    The RSR flares were, again allegedly, mounted at Brumos back in the days.
    I also can't find information about the color 514-9-3

    Original engine and transmission are missing.

    If anyone has any info on this car we'd love to hear it, good or bad

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    Early S member #1969

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    if you have an idea of in what state it was last registered, you could hire a title clerk to do title history back to when the car first entered that state, and also see from which state it entered. THEN get a title clerk for the previous state and trace it there. The records are available but not let out to anyone not registered in the state to have access

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    Could be a car Danny Stahl had Dick Smith of Taylor Rolls Royce flare and paint in 1974. I believe Stahl was the engine builder for the Whittington Bros. He has Stahl Motorsports West Palm Beach Florida. Good luck.

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    According to Glasurit, Porsche 514 is beige gray metallic from 1988-1991 (?)
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