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    Lost and Found Thread

    How about a thread for all of the things you have come across that belong to other cars?

    I will start with...

    Original Maintence Record Book for 119123393 with records through 1974
    Free to it's current keeper.

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    great idea, but sometimes they say no...

    I once found a Carrera RS motor and it took me over a year to track down the owner of the car (he was the son of the original owner). I offered to sell the motor back to him. He said no thanks. A few months later the motor went to an RS owner in Germany who wanted it because it was close to the number he should have had in his car. That makes at least two RSs that will never be "matching numbers."
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    Thumbs up

    Good idea NTW........ I'll stick it

    Cheers and thanks
    Chuck Miller
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    1967 911S Engine #960372

    Located in this 1967 911:

    eBay Item number: 170383851922

    Location: Ontario, Canada

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1967-...=p4506.c0.m245
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    Original Invoice for 911 211 588

    I recently found the original invoice for my Dad's 1972 911T. If you have the car, contact me and I will send a copy.
    Aloha,
    Mark
    (808)638-8920

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    This is a good idea. There is an "orphan" type database that one of the old BMW motorcycle clubs maintains. They try to get engines back with frames and vice versa.
    I had an engine that belonged to a '67S. By searching I was able to track down the owner who was "sure" he had the right engine in the car. Only when I showed him the data from PCNA did he come to realize what he had was "not correct". In fact it was an earlier case, etc.

    Voila! Engine and car reunited.

    Best,

    Tom
    "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Seuss

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    rgruppe #111

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hangten View Post
    I recently found the original invoice for my Dad's 1972 911T. If you have the car, contact me and I will send a copy.
    Aloha,
    Mark
    (808)638-8920
    Hi Mark,

    I'm sure the owner of your dad's old 911 would enjoy having this document. The serial # for the car is missing a #, the VIN should ten digits long. Thanks again for posting.
    Brian
    '73 Carrera RS #451
    '71 S coupe 'Patrick'

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    Invoice for 911 2111 588

    fryardds is right here is the correct number.
    Aloha,
    Mark

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    Early Cases

    Have a some empty cases laying around the shop.

    They're going to be going up for sale but here're the numbers if anyone wants to send them home:

    *6298406*

    *6200835*

    *6121281*

    *6131169*
    -Marco
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    Searching for engine #907495 and gearbox 902/1 #229687

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    1967 911S Engine Located

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