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  1. A lot of you guys seem too precious with your gt3's and don't use them. Mine was bought new as a daily driver by first owner. I am the fifth owner and from what I know all previous used and enjoyed the car, with some championships and held a track record at one time. Clocked up 132+k kms so far. The history, colour,being local car from new and never crashed (+ zero oil leaks etc) pushed me over the edge. Happy .
  2. Do you know the original colour / engine number and is it a sun roof car? If the car was mine, delivered in an intersting standout colour ,non sun plus original engine found, I would look at going down the slippery slope. posted this in another thread, it's good acticle so here it iis here. https://petrolicious.com/articles/putting-a-porsche-carrera-3-0-to-the-test-against-its-more-popular-siblings
  3. What's the original colour, sun roof, engine number?
  4. I have a non sun Aus 930. Previously looking through the turbo 3lt bible at Aus del 930,there were plenty of other Aus del 3lt's without.
  5. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2007-Porsche-911-GT3-997-Manual-MY07/SSE-AD-4337766 This guy has owned a few gt3, my one for instance.
  6. These swb cars are special and rare. I read a copy of a letter today, 32 cars total were ordered for the 67 (my) by Australian distributor. If similar orders for 68 (final year for the short wheel base) that's very low delivery numbers. I wonder how many of these early Australian del cars are left now after 50+ years.
  7. The door frames/tops I think you will find on the black anodized models are not steel. Early frames were brass , then Ali. Try a magnet.
  8. Pretty hard to beat an early car that hasn't been stuffed with and has stood the test of time.
  9. Changed the old cloth covered ( leaking, scary ) fuel lines and filter on the 68. Took it for a fang.
  10. Went through the thick file of paperwork that came with the car and contacted previous owner, no luck on who refurbished it. I'll shoot you a pic over the week of it, Clyde saw it when he was over and thought it looked very good.
  11. #93 was del Sept 73. First race was Oct 27th 1973. Not sure on the first short bonnet 911 prod cars.

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