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Thread: Seeking help to identify a 1970 s 9110301383

  1. #21
    70s 314.jpg
    The dash never had any facia other than the carpet the glovebox door was added later in its life but it clearly does not match
    there is no bracket for the ashtray and the knee pad was a one piece unit
    70s 304.jpg
    brackets were added to hold standard interior parts in the back
    the dash pad itself did not seem to have never been removed179.jpg
    the original seats are still with the car70s 321.jpg

  2. #22
    we just got the information frow the porsche archives that this car is a 930 kg rallye car .... deliverd in west germany without m470
    so anybody have seen photos of a silver 911 around factory rallye car (like a back-up)

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Rivard View Post
    we just got the information frow the porsche archives that this car is a 930 kg rallye car .... deliverd in west germany without m470
    Cool.. Congratulations!
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    70S Silver, original Slate Gray Japan delivery

  4. #24
    Bonjour a tous
    here is the info we got from the archives ,note the red ink and the upper and lower vin numbers carefully hidden
    911 Rallye 1970.jpg
    I do not know where to start to find out, who was the first owner who register the car in west germany.
    The kardex is missing that info any help or idea to get that would be appreciated
    i will post more pictures of the car soon , structure work is going great, front end is done we are getting ready to fit quarter panel

  5. #25
    Very cool find oli...glad Porsche Classic was able to give you that info at least.

    That felt on the dash is found in a lot of the factory lightweight cars, and they used that same material for the headliner. Did you find any felt there?

    Was the gasoline heater listed on the Kardex? Perhaps the gas heater is there for rallying in a cold climate since there was no other heat. Or maybe the guy who built the slant nose out of it had an extra gas heater lying around and it was easier than adding the exhaust heat exchanger system.

    Uncovering these mysteries is part of the fun!

    Please keep us updated.
    Searching for engine case 903879

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    maybe you can use some of the information about 'ralley' vehicles

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  9. #29
    Yes traces of black felt are still there on the headliner and rear deck
    Gas heater is definitely factory installed
    The kardex is missing the info regarding its original dealer or owner
    Could it have been use by the factory ? Given to a driver ? A close customer?

  10. #30

    Yes, this ltwt could have been retained for factory use for a while and perhaps loaned to a rally team, prominent driver or Porshe company executive.

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