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    Senior Member Carparc's Avatar
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    We recently purchased a huge lot of used engine parts which also contained the following engine casings:

    #6414119 911/51
    #6120520 911/07
    #6107396 911/07
    #6190438 901/03
    #6142147 911/92
    #6391991 930/03
    #6451680 911/43
    #6107612 911/07
    #4081138 901/02

    All the above are available, just contact me.
    Henk.

    PS Also available complete (!) 1964 engine 900348
    Last edited by Carparc; 10-02-2018 at 05:07 PM. Reason: Adding text
    Henk Baars owner of CarparcUSA LLC
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    '68 911L Targa Sea Green
    '66 Volvo 123GT
    '62 Volvo P1800

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    serial number 903815 1965 engine block on Pelican

    https://forums.pelicanparts.com/pors...gine-case.html
    SEARCHING FOR ENGINE 6208326 (last seen in car with VIN 9111101452)

    -70 911E
    -84 3,2 Sold

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    Over on Pelican, not mine

    Engine #961882 in a 912 body.

    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...-included.html
    There is what I want, there is what I can find, and then there is what I can afford...

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    Ladenburg auction, not mine

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    Carrera 2.7 RS 6631503
    1973 911T 6131848
    901/02 4080677
    911/03 4080488

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    Hi Guys,

    After years of searching for my matching engine with no luck, I decided to do something about it. I just created a "Tinder" (Match maker machine) for Porsche engines. We put it up yesterday, but I can see that it is growing really fast. Last guy just put 15 engines in . And we have engines from all around the world. Anyway... there is for sure still a lot of things that we will fix so that it will work better for us all, but we will develop it as good as we can. Anyway you are free to try your luck:

    www.porschemotorsearch.com

    Regards

    Omar
    Last edited by k24032; 11-04-2018 at 12:16 AM.
    Porsche Coupe 1966 (6605 Bahama Yellow, code 110)
    Porsche 911 T targa 1971 (1410 signal orange)
    Porsche 911 T targa 1972 (6210 light yellow)
    Porsche 911 E targa 1973 (2310 tangerine)
    Porsche 911 E coupe 1973 (Special color option)

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    Great initiative Omar! Would it be possible to extend to find the transmission as well as many of us (like myself) also in need to find the original engine and transmission.

    Regards Govert

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    Thanks for the feedback. 3 persons have asked for the same. We will add that in few days. We just have to see that this works first and it looks like its working well based on the large amounts of engines coming in to the system. Some small fixing and we will "copy" it for gearboxes as well. I really feel that I solved a problem here for many of us classic Porsche lovers .

    Regards Omar
    Porsche Coupe 1966 (6605 Bahama Yellow, code 110)
    Porsche 911 T targa 1971 (1410 signal orange)
    Porsche 911 T targa 1972 (6210 light yellow)
    Porsche 911 E targa 1973 (2310 tangerine)
    Porsche 911 E coupe 1973 (Special color option)

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    Yes, transmissions too!......cliff

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    Just joined the forum after having had the car for years, love the idea of the lost and found thread. I have a complete 901/01 engine, number 901158, which I believe to be from a '65, but I'm no expert, and a '68T 901/03 with engine number 2081248, in case anyone is looking to reunite them with their original chassis.

    Cheers,
    -- Geoff
    ('68 S coupe)

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