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    Signal Green Fan Club

    Who here is the biggest fan of signal green? A rarely seen color on a longhand, does anyone have a photo of one? Does anyone know of a collector who loves green in particular like Todd Blue for blue or the white collection in Texas?
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    I have a few listed in my database. First appearing in the 1968 codes, a few in 1970 & 71 plus a special order RS in 1973. None that I have seen are original color. The RS is Gulf blue for heavens sake.
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    Hello Dave

    It's roumored that in MY 1967 a single car out of total Porsche production was painted signal green, have you seen any MY 67's in this color?

    thank you

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    yes, 2 signal green 911 S Coupe built in 1967, no Targa.

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    Scott Longballa is finishing one up just in time for RR. See link below to his thread.

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    Seinfeld's. Not sure if he still has it.

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    beh911 what year is that?

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    looks like a 2.2 so 70-71
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    beh911:

    How can you tell it’s a 2.2 just by looking at the sideview? Please educate me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lopena View Post
    beh911:

    How can you tell it’s a 2.2 just by looking at the sideview? Please educate me.

    Thanks,
    Alan


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    LWB also can tell that from quarter window
    door handle although not clear enough to tell which way the key hole goes so cant narrow it down to a 70 or not
    chrome surrounds to lights

    still leaves the possibility that it is a 72 as cant see the other side

    anything else?
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