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Thread: Some early 911..: R.I.P.

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    Senior Member 911T1971's Avatar
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    Some early 911..: R.I.P.

    Thread from 2009 - pictures again uploaded 2018.

    Today I visited a very strange place. The owner wants to turn it into a museum. Since the thirties, hundreds of cars are stored, most beyond repair. Some 356 and 911. According to the owner, one white/red stripe 911 was an ex- "Max Moritz" (RSR ?) race car. Anybody recognize this car ?





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    Karim / Registry member No.773

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    Ready for the Hunaudières manu72S's Avatar
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    Hello Karim

    Have you got the time to identify their chassis numbers and maybe engine numbers ?

    Is there a possibility to buy them or definitly not ?


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    I know now the "barn find story" chaser are coming in..
    I checked the front area and could not find a number. The area was cut out (for larger tank ?). However, the car has clearly racing equipment. There a two stickers attached on the steel cage next to drivers door. Anybody recognize the paint stripes. ?



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    Karim / Registry member No.773

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    Yikes! In which country is this located?
    Peter Kane

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    I have seem pictures of this place for years ,

    the owner does not want to sell anything.....and wants it to be a museum

    I am sure people with lots more money than us have tried

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    Karim / Registry member No.773

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    Wink Museum!?!


    This is great stuff! You should try and save the RSR before it's too late....A museum seems unlikely no? so chances are he will sell the cars eventually. I don't recognize the car but it sure looks like a proper racing car to me.....

    Milou / Registry #884

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    Karim, I just sent you a PM.

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    It looks like a '72 to me.

    1965 911 #301111, Red Book Vol 1 "Cover Car," owned 48 years.
    1967 911 #307347, bare-bones, some road wear, a little surface rust, and a few dents..., owned 8 years.
    1970 914/6GT,, (For Sale- ran the last three Rennsports)owned 30 years.

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    Pushin' back the hands of time, "Along For The Ride" at,

    Registry #983
    R Gruppe #741

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    Museum? Must be some sort of tax loophole in Switzerland. In most parts of the U.S., that would be called a bone yard (euphemism for junk yard). Is the "museum" operational as shown?

    Where's the gift shop?


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