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Update while I wait for the COA. New parts blasted and primed and car being stripped
Thanks Johan. I will look in those spots and order the COA and cross my fingers.
Thanks! I do hope the certificate will clear it up. If I had to guess I would say Rubirot Metallic. Some people mentioned Sienna Metallic...
Thanks Loren! I have looked into that already and is a similar price in the UK. I'm based in Cape Town and the info I got came from Porsche here. Will the 'Certificate of Authenticity' give me the exterior color even if it was 'Color to Sample'? If so, then I will be getting one. By the way, you didn't answer the first question...
Hi everyone, I just bought a 1980 930 that was modified to make it look like a 964 (the car has been re sprayed black) and I am busy restoring the car. I managed to get the original specs from Porsche and the color spec on the car was 9999 which means 'color to sample' and the interior spec code says 97 which was an internal dealer ordering code in Germany at the time (1980). Two questions: 1 - should I scratch the paint to the body and get an indication of the original color (manage to get an idea inside the fenders and it looks like a maroon to me) and try and match that or should I leave it black? 2- can anyone tell me what the 97 interior trim code means? Thanks!