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    914/6 prototype
    there's a ton of cool details on the car
    it's the same car that's featured on the 914 brochure (next to a 917)
    I helped to "concours prep" it in 2004 (we cleaned it with a broom and a firehose, inside and out)
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    Hello guys. I see this thread is old. But I can't resist asking for help from any one who might have some information about my car, chassis numbr 310001S. so far all i know it ws used by Porsche test department, so I think it half deserves to be on this page. I have had allot of useful help from many members on the forum so far. And they have all pointed out many unique and pre production type parts on 310001
    see my thread about the car so far

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...n-South-Africa

    I have emailed Porsche Archive department Jens and Dieter and the answer i recieved was
    Unfortunately I have to inform you that we do not have anything to research for the story of your 911. It is a pity but we have in the archive no files of the developing of the 911, only the files around the 901 we have, but no later ones. Why ever... so we can not find any information about your car. Sorry.
    So as dissapointing news as this is, i am confident someone somewhere should have some info about my car which my little sister has named "Betty Silver".
    Thank you kindly in advance
    greg
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    Who remembers this "prototype" on eBay?...

    http://www.porscheprototype.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    Who remembers this "prototype" on eBay?...

    http://www.porscheprototype.com/
    Yes, clearly remember that one, anybody knows what happened with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carparc View Post
    Yes, clearly remember that one, anybody knows what happened with it?

    Henk.
    That nut posts stuff every now and then asking for millions of dollars. Very odd fellow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeroen914 View Post
    914/6 prototype
    there's a ton of cool details on the car
    it's the same car that's featured on the 914 brochure (next to a 917)
    I helped to "concours prep" it in 2004 (we cleaned it with a broom and a firehose, inside and out)
    I wish to know if this one is still out there in the desert rotting away in the guy's front yard .... haven't seen any threads on it lately on 914 World, so wonder if this proto has survived.

    Had a pretty goofy story to its entry into America ~~~
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    Not sure if this was posted.
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    more..Courtesy Porsche Museum-Lager

    Porsche Typ 965. 911 Prototyp with V8 engine.
    (3.6l by Audi, it was planned to be equipped later with an engine made by Porsche.)



    Another pic of the silver 914/8 with 8 cyl of the 908. Must be Ferry's car. To the right and below two 959 Proto/"Versuch".



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