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    77 911s check for “matching numbers”

    I am looking at a 1977 911s, I wanted to know how to match up vin with engine and tranny numbers. Any help would be much appreciated!

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    Folz,

    You didn't mention if the car is a coupe or Targa, US import or ROW (rest of world)

    My book shows K series '77 US 911S coupe VIN's run between 9117200001 - 9117203388 with the engines running 6270001 - 6276041 engine type (911/85)

    Hope this helps,

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    I assume it’s a us import, coupe and vin is 9117200587

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    Thanks for the help, engine number is just below fan on right side of housing, correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Folz View Post
    I am looking at a 1977 911s, I wanted to know how to match up vin with engine and tranny numbers. Any help would be much appreciated!
    Gonna cost you some bucks to find out...

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    Actually, a lower cost solution now exists. I am now able to get information similar to the CoA of old, and at about the same cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    Actually, a lower cost solution now exists. I am now able to get information similar to the CoA of old, and at about the same cost.
    God bless you and everyone like you!

    Up until what year?
    23. Defendants denied Plaintiff’s books-and-records request and inaccurately asserted that the Registry does not have any members. When Plaintiff and other members authored hundreds of online forum posts challenging Defendants’ actions and demanding that the Registry release records, Defendants deleted and censored those posts in an attempt to retain control over the Registry’s members and suppress members’ rights.

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    I don't know if there is a limit, but the newest has been a 1989 so far.
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    Things have changed in a hurry, I recently received a coa for my ‘04 turbo, around a year ago. Davep, I would appreciate any help you could lend. Thx

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