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    1970 Porsche dealership in Madrid Spain

    Hi all, I’m trying to figure out which dealership originally sold my 1970 911. Sold in Madrid Spain on April 28th 1970. Original bill of sale attached. Any help would be greatly appreciated.Name:  IMG_0196.jpg
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    From a 10 year old thread on a 1970 911, and a reply from davep:

    https://www.early911sregistry.org/fo...r-Dealer-Codes

    Dealer code 927
    Auto Porsche Madrid


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    Thank you for the response!

    Someone reached out with the following: Closest I could find is Automoviles Porsche Ibérica Madrid, but I’m not sure what the last P is for. There is a dealer called Porsche Ibérica in Madrid that still exists, Avenida de Burgos, 87, Madrid 28050.
    1970 911T Conda Green
    1966 912
    2005 955 Manual Transmission Overland Build
    1971 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider - going on BAT soon
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 240d Manual Transmission
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 230CE Manual Transmission
    1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth Manual Transmission
    1986 Ferrari Testarossa
    1993 Ferrari 348 TB Series Speciale

    Gone
    1995 993 C2 Manual Sold 🤦*♂️

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    That is not a bill of sale but the cover page for the Maintenance Record book. By the looks of the Porsche rubber stamp I would guess that this was factory delivery. Porsche Ibérica was most likely the distributor and possibly the dealer that serviced the car.
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    Oh interesting. How can you tell it was factory delivery? Does that mean it was a special order vehicle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    That is not a bill of sale but the cover page for the Maintenance Record book. By the looks of the Porsche rubber stamp I would guess that this was factory delivery. Porsche Ibérica was most likely the distributor and possibly the dealer that serviced the car.
    1970 911T Conda Green
    1966 912
    2005 955 Manual Transmission Overland Build
    1971 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider - going on BAT soon
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 240d Manual Transmission
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 230CE Manual Transmission
    1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth Manual Transmission
    1986 Ferrari Testarossa
    1993 Ferrari 348 TB Series Speciale

    Gone
    1995 993 C2 Manual Sold 🤦*♂️

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    in the Authorized Dealer box it is stamped Porsche K.G.
    Do you have any more documentation? If not, then I could help to obtain the CoA data.
    Most likely the new owner just chose factory delivery, but anything is possible.
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    Thx, I have the following.
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    1970 911T Conda Green
    1966 912
    2005 955 Manual Transmission Overland Build
    1971 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider - going on BAT soon
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 240d Manual Transmission
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 230CE Manual Transmission
    1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth Manual Transmission
    1986 Ferrari Testarossa
    1993 Ferrari 348 TB Series Speciale

    Gone
    1995 993 C2 Manual Sold 🤦*♂️

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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    in the Authorized Dealer box it is stamped Porsche K.G.
    Do you have any more documentation? If not, then I could help to obtain the CoA data.
    Most likely the new owner just chose factory delivery, but anything is possible.
    I also found some factory delivery paperwork in the records so looks like u were correct.
    1970 911T Conda Green
    1966 912
    2005 955 Manual Transmission Overland Build
    1971 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider - going on BAT soon
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 240d Manual Transmission
    1984 Mercedes-Benz Euro 230CE Manual Transmission
    1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth Manual Transmission
    1986 Ferrari Testarossa
    1993 Ferrari 348 TB Series Speciale

    Gone
    1995 993 C2 Manual Sold 🤦*♂️

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