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  1. #71
    Hi Bill
    Yes, of course the HLS is no official factory Prototyp (as are not a few others listed).
    I edited my post since.

    BTW According to a french site, this was another VW-Porsche 914 factory Prototyp, mid-sixties.
    Last edited by 911T1971; 12-05-2014 at 09:23 AM.
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    2nd of two prototypes . . . and the only original 'short door' left

    Same owner since the '70s

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  3. #73
    Quote Originally Posted by 911T1971 View Post
    Porsche 916 (11 built)

    Porsche 914/8, silver, for F.Porsche, detuned version of Piech's 8cyl. car.

    Porsche 914/6, styled by Frua.
    Note Porsche script.

    In 1980 we visited the porsche Factory and then toured the countryside around Stuttgart. I saw a white 916 parked in a private driveway.

  4. #74
    Instruments.jpgThis my 500 010: Ferry porsche's personal car.

    Apparently, it is the first to receive a rear-window tensioner, from what I can perceive from other "First 10" Targa owners.
    3:4 LF View.jpg3:4 Rt Rear View.jpgRt Door.jpgEngine Comp't.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by peekaboo View Post
    This car sounded neat, and if there was a photo of the car itself posted prior. It seems to not be viewable anymore. So I thought I would post the photos I could find. If anyone ever has a pic of the engine instalation . I would love to see it. Apparently , two examples of this car were built

    "2 units were built by Autohaus Nordstadt (Hannover) in 1972" . The builder was GŁnther Artz.

    These photos seem to be contemporary (I think those are 16" fuchs so at least not 1972/3).
    I've seen video of that one before and it does still exist. This may or may not be related to it but well worth seeing...

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    Here's another VW 411 designed by GŁnther Artz with a Porsche 911 dash and 3.0 engine in it

    Last edited by jos.hall; 12-05-2014 at 06:05 PM. Reason: added another link
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