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    here is a picture of the VIN when i had the car long time ago
    sorry for the quality of the picture but we can see on booth sides the asterisks..
    in my opinion the tickness of the paint masks the asteriks on the recent picture ...
    vin 192.jpg
    Last edited by thierry; 09-27-2022 at 02:45 AM.
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    pretty positiv that the vin is true... also here no conspiracy to be found mr.gonbau
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  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by HughH View Post
    the japan - Rob Woolford - Joe - Clyde car was 0197
    Ah, thanks, well.... I KNEW it as 019....something!
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    GONE...MANY, many great ones....

  4. #14
    Some people are destroying the market for old Porsche's, unbelievable......

  5. #15
    I saw it in detail when I published it! You can see the bottom of the image. Nobody says conspiring but if I can tell you, if you show those things to someone who doesn't know, they will go around saying that this car is fake. To clarify things in these cars 100%, I don't think this is too much...in the same way, the mixture of seals continues to attract my attention when sealing the engine.
    also the fact that different options are mentioned... These are the doubts that I have expressed. Or that's what I think... Another thing is what everyone wants to see.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by MPST View Post
    Some people are destroying the market for old Porsche's, unbelievable......
    That is something that would be excellent to me.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by thierry View Post
    here is a picture of the VIN when i had the car long time ago
    sorry for the quality of the picture but we can see on booth sides the asterisks..
    in my opinion the tickness of the paint masks the asteriks on the recent picture ...
    vin 192.jpg
    thanks for the photo "in detail" when I saw the asterisk in the original photo I realized that it is my mistake because of the resolution of the image!!

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