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    1973 Porsche 911 VIN

    Hello

    Can someone help me with this VIN
    9113100921

    Thanks

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    vin

    911-model
    3 -year 1973
    1 - model 1=t;2=e 3=s
    the rest # in production run

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    Quote Originally Posted by fg1227
    911-model
    3 -year 1973
    1 - model 1=t;2=e 3=s
    the rest # in production run
    adding to franks advice,
    911 = model
    3 = year (1973)
    1 = model (T)
    0 = Coupe (if it was targa it would be 1)
    0921 = production run.

    So it would seem to be a 1973T, a coupe.

    Looking at 911.org (registry of "E" models) I see that there is an ivory coupe form 73 owned by a David Teichner, located in the South of France and his VIN was production run #0926 ... close ... who knows if it was circa same time. That had a build date of 5/73. Which was reason why i looked it up. To see if you could have an idea of time of year it was built.
    Karl_O'Donoghue
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    '73E Targa - Grey/Beige #622
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    '73 2002tii (gone)
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    Thanks for the feedback - I couldn't remember if the 1 meant S or T - I guess I could have checked my 73T

    Any way here's the car - there's no accounting for taste - my 4 year old daughter loves it

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...TQ:MOTORS:1123

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    Anyone know if there is there a similar way of being able to check the build number stamped on the chassis under the knee pad?
    cheers, Mike
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    1972 911 S/RSR to Martini Prototype specification
    http://www.ddk-online.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=15294

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_Moore
    Anyone know if there is there a similar way of being able to check the build number stamped on the chassis under the knee pad?
    here:
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...chassis+number
    Karim / Early S Registry member # 773

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    Thanks Karim!
    cheers, Mike
    Member#1664
    1972 911 S/RSR to Martini Prototype specification
    http://www.ddk-online.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=15294

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa
    Peter,

    Does it come in English or do I need to purchase a Rosetta Stone package?
    Ed Cave
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