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    Mystery 911 S ?

    I purchased a car that was stolen and recovered from the 70's... It was issued a NYS vin number but everything that was original to the vin is missing! I do mean everything. Engine numbers, trans, all the normal vin number plates and even the production number behind the dash pad.

    BUT... I did find a perfectly clear production number under the dash pad! 1002937... (sorry for the upside down pics, posting off the phone). Now the question, how do I find a vin to match my production number?

    I contacted COA but they weren't much help... Back in the good old days they'd offer some serious info Where do I go from here?

    I think the car was originally Albert Blue? (currently black)

    Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated! At this point, seems like a great driver and I'm excited to get it on the road again. It has been stored since the early 90's! It would be a blast to find the original build info for this car. I think it's hiding more than I know!

    Sport Seats
    Oil lines through the body
    S bumpers
    911/2 engine stamp (missing all other numbers)
    6" fuchs
    front mount oil cooler
    higher RPM tach
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    Last edited by 72targa; 01-17-2021 at 06:26 AM. Reason: Photo rotation

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