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    Senior Member Gytis Kupinas's Avatar
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    Question Crank marking? confused...

    Found these Numbers on a crank . Anyone can translate. Crank is NOT counterweighed.
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    1967 911 matching numbers car ( sold )
    1968 911T/R #0805 (SONDERWUNCH AUSSERH DER M.LISTE NR184****)
    1969 911E MFI matching ALL numbers
    1981 911 Target 4K ( SHIFT trip-Nürburgring-SPA and SOLD )
    1986 930 "Carnivore" ( "while I'm there" mode )

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    I believe those are manufacturer serial numbers, all cranks are numbered in that fashion.
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