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Thread: Our 1970 911T SWT Albert Blue

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    Our 1970 911T SWT Albert Blue

    I am interested in finding out how many SWT 911T were produced and any other relevant stats or info on their existence. My Dad has owned his for almost 52 years now it is all original clean low miles . He is the second owner but got this car when it was almost new. I know most of his cars story as he bought it when i was 4 years old . I would love to find out the exact origin of the car though. My dad tells me the original owner took delivery of this car in Germany and drove it there for a bit before shipping it back to the USA. Any help would be appreciated
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    Oct 2018
    Orange County, California
    Interesting…I have seen a couple 69 SWTs but never a 70. Thanks for sharing
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