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    Anybody know what these are for sure?

    Does anyone know what these are?

    They appear to be some kind of parking or access pass for the Porsche Museum, but I'm not certain.

    They are marked "Visitor" or "Driver" and are stamped with the date of visit.

    They were stuck inside my glovebox door, and I know that the car was a German delivery vehicle, possibly owned by a factory employee.

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    Thats exactly what they are,,,, visitor ID's..... I still have mine on my backpack from my factory visit in 91'....


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    I knew I could...

    Rely upon the limitless depth of this board for an answer!

    I guess the former owner was as fanatical as many of us. Driving course at the factory?... anybody done that?



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    When I was at the factory in '70 (show up at the door; take the next tour in your language), it was normal for them to offer you a ride in the right seat as the car was driven out of the old assembly hall. This was right after you stood next to the factory guy as he filled the oil tank with a hose and added petrol to the fuel tank. But I don't remember any badges or stickers. I guess they just figured that if you didn't have the company coveralls on, you were an auslander.
    The calitalist roader

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    Hmm. I was there in '71 for a tour and no one offered me a ride. Maybe I didn't look too worthy and/or too German. Since I had written a letter asking for a tour, maybe they knew I was teaching school at the time and couldn't afford a new one anyway (save the wear and tear for potential customers).

    (there's a recent Monterey RGruppe photo here)

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    Talking They for sure...

    ... are cool!

    Hi Jol! Nice to hear from you!
    It was great to talk to you in Daytona!

    I want to take my car down to the museum all the time, but then I have not enough time or the weather blows...
    But it will happen...

    Take care!


    Thorsten Klein,
    RGruppe #276, Weissach, Germany

    1973 Porsche 911 T/R (R ennsemmel) -

    2014 991 Carrera (bad weather P car )
    1997 RenaultSport Spider (the 'last' Alpine)

    "Das letzte Fahrzeug auf Erden - wird ein Sportwagen sein..." (F.Porsche)

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