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    Yellow 78 911sc targa from California? anybody knows this car?

    Hi, Im new to this forum and have a question.
    Last year I bought a long time dream a 1978 911sc targa in California.
    The car has been repainted (not very good) in hellgelb (bright yellow?) and has a light brown interior.
    The serienumber is #9118212222
    The enginenumber is missing (replacement block?)
    The trans has number #74G03139 and seems to be a rare Limited Slip differential

    The car was last registered in Washington for about a year (according to the seller) but has no further history, also the speedometer was missing so I have no idea of exact milage of the car an engine.....
    The car drives ok but Im interested in finding more about the history of the car and his owners.
    Bruno - Bredene - Belgium

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    The car been repainted, the original color was Talbotyellow as I found in a database together with some other stuff
    Dealer UF=San Francisco
    Date of invoice May'78
    Color B7=talbotyellow
    Interior 93=leather darkbrown,,seatinlays mclaughlan red
    Options Y01(groupnumber contains)
    - 474=Bilstein-shock absorbers
    - 565=Leather steering wheel 380mm
    - 566=rectangular foglights white
    - 590=center console,
    - 651=power windows and
    - 261=electric mirror passengers side
    - 395=forged alloy wheels front 6x16,rear 7x16
    - 494=2 speakers rear,
    - 496=chromparts black,headlamprings painted
    - 559=cooling system

    The airco seems to be removed
    Last edited by B61; 12-29-2010 at 04:35 AM.

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    nobody ever seen this car? I' trying to find his history.....
    Last edited by Chuck Miller; 12-29-2010 at 05:24 AM.

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    Bruno, as this site leans toward older cars (older than the SC, ie longhoods from 64-73) yo might find a little more joy over on Pelican by asking the same question
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