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    2.2 'S' Motor

    . . . . no 6311470, at Historika:

    http://www.historika.com/parts/details.asp?ProductID=93


    Rick Kreiskott

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    1970 S Serial number 813; I have your ID plates.
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    65 & 66 motors

    Found>> 65 motor # 900685 long block only...........( bought in Reno NV area 1997 )
    Found>> 65 motor # 903256 complete motor with rusted heat exchangers & no muffler ( bought in/1999 from Georgia)
    LOST > MOTOR # 908070 ( found in so. ca.) ( Webbers ) & LOST > TRANSMISSION # 231795 ( 5 speed ) ( 66/67 Porsche 911)
    (Bought car in Reno NV area in 1995)
    Engine # 908070 has been located and bought...Still need Transmission # 231 795
    Last edited by Cliff; 02-25-2013 at 12:19 PM.

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    I once had a 911/53 engine number 6322229 from an unknown 1972 911S, VIN or chassis number unknown. Thanks!
    Last edited by M491; 04-10-2011 at 07:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff View Post
    Found>> 65 motor # 900685 long block only...........( bought in Reno NV area 1997 )
    Found>> 66 motor # 903256 complete motor with rusted heat exchangers & no muffler ( bought in/from Georgia 1999 )
    LOST > MOTOR # 908070 ( Webbers ) & LOST > TRANSMISSION # 231795 ( 5 speed ) ( 66/67 Porsche 911)
    (Bought car in Reno NV area in 1995)
    Found engine # 908070 Nov. 29,2010 ,Southern California, will be re-united with the car soon in Southern Nevada......Still looking for the transmission # 231 795 ... 902/1
    Last edited by Cliff; 05-25-2011 at 12:26 PM.

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    Found Engine #900303 reunited with '64 911 #300191 !
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    Found engine # 902 943 New Jersey eBay Item number: 160513980556

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    This is a great idea, but this thread will get really long and hard to follow. Someone needs to set up a website search-able by engine, vin number etc. I have a few engines and engine cases too, 68 911, 73S, 71E, 67 911, 65 911 etc and I know where there a several more to catalog but it needs to be some kind of search-able data base I'm thinking.....an engine registry and a car without engine registry and maybe another one for sales invoices, owners manuals and maintenance manuals and records and other paper work that has a vin number associated with it. Also putting Ebay items or Craigslist listings leads to dead end links in a short time. I think someone mentioned the BMW motorcycle club does this, how do they do it?

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    This IS a good idea.....

    Will put it under consideration with the other upcoming additions......

    Thanks

    This is a great idea, but this thread will get really long and hard to follow. Someone needs to set up a website search-able by engine, vin number etc. I have a few engines and engine cases too, 68 911, 73S, 71E, 67 911, 65 911 etc and I know where there a several more to catalog but it needs to be some kind of search-able data base I'm thinking.....an engine registry and a car without engine registry and maybe another one for sales invoices, owners manuals and maintenance manuals and records and other paper work that has a vin number associated with it. Also putting Ebay items or Craigslist listings leads to dead end links in a short time. I think someone mentioned the BMW motorcycle club does this, how do they do it?
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