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  1. #11
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    Sydney, Australia
    I am very pleased to say that I am now the owner of case #6390187. Yes the Porsche gods did smile on me.

    Thanks also to David and Toby for making this happen.

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    Member Hugh Lindberg's Avatar
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    Nov 2010
    Houston, TX
    Nathan, so how did you find the original case? That is amazing!
    Hugh Lindberg
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  3. #13
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    Feb 2005
    Melbourne, Australia
    wow - congratulations Nathan.

    Do tell.... don't worry you are amongst friends!


  4. #14
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    I can get Kardexes (factory build sheet) but only for pre-1970 Porsche. The price is 200 USD Paypal. This reveals engine number and a lot more. A nice document to have with your classic 911. Please PM or e-mail me: erik.kouwenhoven -at-


  5. #15
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    Sydney Australia

    P.M sent.


  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Lindberg View Post
    Nathan, so how did you find the original case? That is amazing!
    David Janej and Toby from Cairns Porsche Services I assume

    David has helped on several occassions with engines... he has real treasure trove of stuff for sure.
    Clyde Boyer

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