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    911 gemballa

    Hello looking for some info
    Is there any registry or someone with knowledge about these cars I tried to email gemballa a couple times but no reply
    I'm curious if my porsche was modified by gemballa or not.
    It's a 77 911 targa

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    I know that in the 1980's there was a company in Canada that was using Gemballa parts for modifications. So it was not just Gemballa, the company, that did this.
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    This site at least has some Gemballa info…

    http://1000sel.com/index.php
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    Uwe Gemballa died under suspicous circumstances in South Africa.
    Hoewer his son is alive.

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    Also…moving this post over here. Good luck with your search!
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    Thank you appreciate the input

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