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    Porsche_Paul
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    1967 911 (s?)

    Ebay has a 1967 911 listed that seller states is a European delivery 911s but he is selling as a regular 911 because of an engine change. He states the VIN# is 305573. According to a webpage VIN dtatbase that represents a regular 911. Anybody know anything more based upon his stated VIN#?
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    Porsche_Paul

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    Re: 1967 911 (s?)

    Originally posted by Porsche_Paul
    He states the VIN# is 305573. According to a webpage VIN dtatbase that represents a regular 911. Anybody know anything more based upon his stated VIN#?
    Ya, in '67 if the VIN doesn't end in an "S", it ain't an "S".

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    TT is correct

    Tweed is talking the truth, he has a teriffic tendancy towards that.

    Edited to include this car.

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    Must be REALLY fast.. He listed it as a PLANE 911

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    The 911S badge does look like a later one. The cheapest way to upgrade from a T or E (or L for that matter) is to simply afix a 911S badge to your deck lid.
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    Be very sceptible with 1967 911'S's. It is easy to add an "S: after the VIN. Look under the front lid carpet for the real stamped VIN.
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    also check for a rear anti-roll bar. There was a posted here recently on identifying a 67S
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