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    Quote Originally Posted by myflat6 View Post
    I never knew there was a sticker to indicate the e-brake idiot light. I had no idea what that light was for when I got my 911 until I researched it -- this sticker would have helped!
    I've never seen that before either. I wonder if it's reproduced?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    I've never seen that before either. I wonder if it's reproduced?
    Good point - I guess I assumed it was original, but that may not be the case. It is similar to the 'Unleaded Fuel Only' sticker on my 911SC fuel gauge - which is original.

    **realizing I misunderstood your post. I believe we are both assuming this is an original sticker and the question is if there are reproductions available...
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    Hmmm, to the casual observer, your car is interesting in the modified condition it's in. Painstaking time, energy, will go to make it original, as most folks pursue this today. But modified suspension, brakes, 250 hp, could be a fun journey as well.


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    Subscribed. Cant wait for a picture of the engine bay.

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    Great story !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott72 View Post
    Looks like your Tach and Speedo aren't for a 70S or tach redline would be higher (7100?) and speedo to 150.
    For reference, here are the gauges in my German delivery 70S:
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    And there is a 911S from 1970... With 700 miles...That has about 100 photos.
    That you can use for reference too.

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    Very intriguing to find out if you still have the original S engine in the back. Picture?
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    Here she is.
    Quote Originally Posted by frederik View Post
    Very intriguing to find out if you still have the original S engine in the back. Picture?

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