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  • From
    Los Angeles
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1999 996<br />
    1995 993 Cab<br />
    1997 Boxster<br />
    and some other Porsches
  • Future cars
    997 TT
  • Former cars
    Too many to list!
  1. Have a 99 996 with a CDR-210 serial number is W5020810 Any help with the code is appreciated
  2. Try 0743 Thank you, she'll be very happy to have tunes! Out of curiosity, and since no numbers are marked on the buttons, is the "0" the first button or the last button?
  3. I bought a 1997 Boxster with a CDR210 for my daughter recently. The PO did not have the radio code when he replaced the battery. Displays type 3297 SN W50117708 Any help with the radio code is appreciated Thanks
  4. I'm looking at a 1972 911T for sale. The car needs restoration, but appears to have good bones. The seller indicates that the car is numbers matching (i.e., original engine & transmission) but doesn't have a COA. Is there a way for me to confirm that the engine is original to the car without a COA? Are there any online resources that will help me decode the VIN and engine numbers? Thanks
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