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    Result of high taxes VolksPors

    Some history is needed before opening the photos ( also maybe some medication ). We have had some extremely high taxation regards of vehicles in Finland and it has been kind of national sport to avoid them and some very interesting things were done especially during '90s. This 911 E was imported without engine from arab emirates in 1988 and the owner really had an issue about taxes. He decided to pay zero and use every means possible to do so.

    It was possible to convince the authorities to approve modifications up to 50% of already registered and taxed car so there the guy remembered that his VW1600TL is rotten but has already taxed vin number... And to make this "cool" body update he had to fill half a year papers but managed to get it approved somehow... The volkspors 1600 was born. No taxes were paid during the process

    Vw tl1600 floor was shortened 128mm and Porsche body was welded on top of it. It is done so that it would be very difficult to see it without looking underneath the car...

    Currently I am in between of enjoying it as is - practically as a already quite historical speciality or restoring it since I really like the 8484 original colour and sport seats.

    Enjoy:
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/tE5bTNzFBVoG33XU8
    911 1965 MY66

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    That is ingenuity in action.
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    This car seems to have very nice option list. I am trying to figure out from Porsche what is content of option package : A14 Option Group with unknown components anyone have info on this? I would hope it consists the factory widened rear arches and the sport seats. Hopefully this will be found out.

    VIN: 9111200813

    Model Type: 911324 1971 911E 2.2 Coupé with 5 speed

    Production Number: 1013004

    Invoice date: 1971 03

    Engine Number: 6211231

    Engine Type: 911/01 911E 2195cc 155HP@6500rpm 191ft-lb@4500rpm

    Gearbox Number: 7117614

    Gearbox Type: 911/01 5 speed manual transmission

    Color: 8484-H (324) Metallic Blue with materials by Herberts

    Interior Trim: 12 Interior panels & seats Leatherette Black, Seat inlay Perlon corduroy, Carpet Black

    Key Codes: HC/NC 1136

    Country Equipment: C00 Equipment for Germany

    Distributor: 115 Hahn Automobilgroßhändel GmbH, Fellbach, Germany

    Tire Manufacturer: Pirelli


    Options:

    A14 Option Group with unknown components
    M404 Stabilizer bars front and rear
    M421 Front bumper without bumper horns
    M426 Chrome wheel arch trim
    M428 Rear tow hook
    M433 Halogen fog lights, white, above bumper
    M461 Radio Blaupunkt Frankfurt with manual antenna left & loudspeaker & interference suppression
    M549 3-point seat belts
    M571 Rear fog light
    911 1965 MY66

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    OK - This was solved by the Porsche dealer in few minutes. A14 consists following additions to the already listed package:

    258 Seat headrest left + right
    409 Recaro sport seats
    425 Rear wiper
    568 Tinted windows rear and side
    911 1965 MY66

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