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Had a call from a friend who had Been contacted by the children of an old man in a nursing home . He had a 911 who had been sitting in his shed ( and I mean shed) since 1998. Was I interested .. ? Do bears $hit in the woods / are seagulls up for a snack? Etc…  back and forth and Some weeks later bagged & Tagged baby! 98.000 km, no rust at all, engine been rebuilt but then left.. ill strip it down anyways and check.. Maybe a M1 Melissa cam and a set of AT Power itbs? And leave stock aside from that? Couldnt find any rust. Wine red and Black Interior from factory delivered new in Germany 204 bhp..,  another keeper!!

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19 hours ago, Phill said:

Brilliant find but of course price relative. Knowing you though Axel it was a good deal :signs85:

I paid twice What they were initially offered by someone else , whom I ended up bidding against. Out of interest , What would you say this would sell for in the UK? 🤓

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On 16/02/2024 at 14:39, axel said:

Been contacted by the children of an old man in a nursing home . He had a 911 who had been sitting in his shed ( and I mean shed) since 1998.

Me, if I don't pull my finger out ! 🫣 :lol:

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wondering if the old owner sprayed it with hammerite inside? oh dear..

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I was wondering about the inside, would have been expecting wine colour over-spray feeding into the cabin metalwork and some black bits. Have some other areas been touched up with Guards Red too?

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It is strange inside the boot, the red paint? Anyhow this is the spec on it, Y9 in Wine Red Metalic 895

Vehicle Identification No.
WP0ZZZ91ZCS101561
Model
SC Coupe 911
Date of production
12.01.1982
Year
1982
Sales type
911331
Engine Code
93010
Transmission Code
G91562
Axle drive
5S
Equipment
DK
Roof color
Y9
Exterior color / Paint Code
Y9 /
Number of Z-Orders
0
PR Number
 
Attribute
 
Description
 
186
2-point seat belts, rear manual
 
261
Door mirror - flat - passenger's side, electrically adjustable and heatable
 
425
Rear window wiper
 
440
 
 
494
2 loudspeakers on parcel shelf
 
499
Version for Germany
 
568
Tinted side windows and tinted windscreen
 
650
Electrical sliding roof
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I think the owner ran out of wine red paint and got hold of Some guards red / barn red? 😅 ill likely correct that.. Thanks for pulling out the spec sheet mark 🍷

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well now the fun begins,  aquiring nice parts. first out, a complete Eisenmann 42 MM setup to allow the engine to breathe a bit more than SSIs allow.

I have read the shitshow thread on here where Chris was less than impressed with them, hopefully that set can be marked down as a lemon friday afternoon production specimen....

its a 3.2 shortstroke which may go wilder still with ITBs so hopefully that engine will benefit from breathing a bit better..

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks lads! Ill keep you updated!

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@axel Good luck with that exhaust - sh!t company to deal with IMHO (or at least the guy in this country was - hopefully your experience will be different).

Be interested to see if it actually fits.

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Haha I Will keep you Updated Chris! Yeah your experience seemed like a nightmare 😂

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11 hours ago, Chris_911 said:

@axel Good luck with that exhaust - sh!t company to deal with IMHO (or at least the guy in this country was - hopefully your experience will be different).

Be interested to see if it actually fits.

I forgot that's the company you dealt with Chris,   good luck then Axel.

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