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Robertpoppe
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2019/08/09 21:10:51 (permalink)

Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa

hi,
 I recently purchased a 911T in Dubai (9110111611) and I’m trying to get the production specs and some history Prior to a restoration.
its a USA sourced car that’s registered in the UK and I’ve not been able to get the PPS from UK, USA or UAE Porsche dealers or Porsche club.
 
anyone have any ideas on how I could get PPS or history?

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    KIRK
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    Re: Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa 2019/08/09 21:36:14 (permalink)
    You can get a Certificate of Production through PCGB which has some basic information from Porsche production records. 
    Finding the history if your car will be very difficult unless you have some leads such as old invoices for repairs or servicing. 
    I have a 1970 911 delivered to California but finding any history on it from the USA  has proved impossible. You might join 
    www.early911sorg.com which us a US based club and subsequently ask if any members know the car.

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    Robertpoppe
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    Re: Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa 2019/08/09 21:42:01 (permalink)
    Thanks,
    i tried PCGB but they are unable to help as it’s not a UK origin or Uk registered car.
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    Re: Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa 2019/08/09 21:46:19 (permalink)
    Hi Robert, for an early car I would recommend getting the Kardex (the factory build sheet) that would have been issued with the car at build. This will be the best source of info for the spec the car would have originally have been built to. The Porsche CoP's (when they are written correctly!) take their information directly from this original paper record, if it is available.
     
    If you want to send me a PM I can pass on some contact details which may help.
     
    Regards,
     
    Mike.

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    Robertpoppe
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    Re: Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa 2019/08/12 21:15:57 (permalink)
    Tried the kardex route but he could not provide on for this model year
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    Re: Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa 2019/08/12 21:30:28 (permalink)
    Sorry to hear that, Rob.
     
    I see you've already enquired on the early 911S registry and no luck there either so far.
     
    Could be a hard one to trace, this, but I wish you luck in your search.

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    Re: Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa 2019/08/13 10:20:59 (permalink)
    This may be of help, I am doing a similar search, customer services at Porsche UK have been very helpful, hopefully the information will arrive, they contact head office and should be able to get build and origin information. It does take time though.
    Robertpoppe
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    Re: Best way to get production specs of 1970 911T targa 2019/08/18 12:58:56 (permalink)
    Thanks. I will try them
     
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