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    If you type in an engine or vin number in the "search thread" box, it will show all posts in this thread with that number, should any posts referencing the number exist.

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    1971 911S, 2.7RS spec MFI engine, suspension mods, lightened
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    Looking for the 1972 911S chassis my engine came from

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...gine-came-from

    Engine #6322229

    PS - It's not MY engine...just copied the title of the earlier thread!
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    Looking for 1970 911S Case #6301296?

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    1967 911S Engine #961962 Found

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  6. #26
    Looking for engine case 901/02 960219

    Original case for my Sept 66 build date S.

    Last seen in Colorado in the mid 80's

    Thanks!

    Scott
    Scott

    Early S Reg. #1694/R-Gruppe #638
    67 911S
    74 Carrera
    00 Boxster S
    72 2002 Tii
    63 Simca Abarth 1150SS

  7. #27
    On craigslist san Francisco currently (not mine):

    Porsche 911E Engine Case - $275 (albany / el cerrito)

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    Date: 2011-05-12, 4:46PM PDT
    Reply to: sale-p3yrh-2377807233@craigslist.org
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    A good 1969 911E case. This case was found to be in spec on standard when it was put on the shelf years ago. Case type 901 101 101 2R. Engine type 901/09. Engine #6292220.

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    Engine #6292220 901/09 is a very late magnesium E engine case, only 50 from the end of the series. If anyone inquires, please get the build #.
    Porsche Historian, contact for Kardex
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  9. #29
    Found:
    Type: 901/09
    Engine serial: 6290173

  10. #30
    Looking for 901 transaxle 20002. Last seen in the UK early 70s.

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