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VIN and Codes Location for 911T (MY71)


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does anybody know whe to find all body codes, vin codes or any other code for a 71 911T? I already found the engraved vin in front near the tank, and a tag with Dr. Ing ... and VIN, weight.... just right when you open the hood. Found now another tag on drivers door column. Any other? Tks

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Paint tag on the drivers side hinge post. A pillar black aluminum plate. Paper/mylar/plastic VIN information on the lock post. May or may not be there if the car has been painted and the door areas painted.

There is another number hidden under the dash pad above the ash tray. And another number in crayon or similar under the dash. This was a "control" number that is used if you suspect you have a "cut car". This number can only be verified by the factory. You give them the number and your serial number and they will tell you "yes" or "no". They will not divulge what the correct serial for the car "should be" if they don't match up.

More of an issue with the cars that have gone stratospheric in value like the RS, and early S models.

Goo luck.

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