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Thread: Looking for an engine in France...

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    Looking for an engine in France...

    Supposedly #6301329 is in France. I would like any help in finding the current owner.

    Thanks

    Speedo
    registry# 1283

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    Peter Kane

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    Peter,
    He's WELL past that thread.


    Someone has been doing their homework.
    France is where the trail went cold for me as well.

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    You two need to team up!

    Good luck on the search...
    Peter Kane

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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    As offered yesterday, I have started to contact Porsche specialist in here, and post the search on popular french forums too. will see.
    Xavier
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    Guys,

    would you please post how you came up with the fact that engine should be in France?

    Any hit would help a lot to narrow down the search... Name, area date anything.

    Plus, giving some informations about the engine type and year....

    Regards

    Olivier.

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    Car missing engine is a 1970 911 S needing a 2.2 S engine.
    Why France? Why not...I have looked everywhere else.
    Rumored to have escaped to southern France years ago to escape the US political scene...come to think of it, not a bad idea!
    registry# 1283

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    I too am missing my engine! Last known in the South of France ,engine number 907117 / 901/01 1966 2 litre

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Chris

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    Hi Chris, it was difficult to recover our engine !
    1966 911 Coupe 901/01 130/6100 174/4200 303391-305100 903551-907000 4864
    1967 911 Coupe 901/05 130/6100 174/4200 305101-307350 907001-909000 3421
    03/66 Weber-Vergaser
    Source > http://www.elferhelfer.com/fz-ident/1964-67.html
    I'm post our research in French PORSCHE Forum 911.net.
    Good luck

    JLC
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    Thanks very much!

    Chris

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