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    1969 911T
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    Serial 6196233
    Build sequence 22150

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    911T Sportmatic 40IDT P USA

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    Thanks to this forum and this thread I located the original engine to my December 1965 911, it was listed here by Jim Buckley from Texas 903272, 3172 case halves 758

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kismet View Post

    Thanks to this forum and this thread I located the original engine to my December 1965 911, it was listed here by Jim Buckley from Texas 903272, 3172 case halves 758
    Congratulations!

    Now, go out and buy a lottery ticket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kismet View Post
    Thanks to this forum and this thread I located the original engine to my December 1965 911, it was listed here by Jim Buckley from Texas 903272, 3172 case halves 758
    Great news!!!

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