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Greetings, fellow 996 owners. First-time poster here, but I have been a member of Rennlist for about a year after my purchase of a 40th anniversary 911 (nr. 0711). Last week I posted information on Rennlist about a registry that I have been working on for our 40th anniversary cars. The owners of the “30 Jahre 911” cars have their own website registry (http://jubi.pocg.de/pages/en/welcome.php), which is a great way to document the location of those cars, to allow interaction among their owners, and to create a history of each car. I have the 40AE registry divided into two files that you can access using this web address:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/402gqbvsv92uz4l/Is2tIKl-ErOne of the files is a list of cars for which I found numbers, with thumbnail photos to verify the identity of the cars. The other file is a list of cars, also with thumbnail photos for identification, for which I could not find numbers. I ask that the people who now own or previously owned a 40AE verify that I have their number correct or give me the numbers for their cars. I plan to keep these files updated. If someone else has the resources and ability to create a website or interactive registry, I would be happy to work with them. I am doing this as a hobby because I love my car and its heritage and enjoy the stories that about each of these vehicles. I am confident that I have some incorrect information in the registry because I am relying on the accuracy of sale listings for many of the numbers, and car sellers are often inaccurate with their details. Any suggestions how to improve this would be much appreciated. I’ve also posted this info on 6speed, pff, 911uk, and club911, and will likely find a few more international boards to try to make the registry as complete as possible.I could use some help with numbers for the following RT members, even if they no longer own a 40AE. For those who have sold their cars, if they have any information about the current owners, that would be helpful.cakasa
rickster911If I missed anyone that you know of please let me know. As I said before, if anyone has any suggestions to improve the project, like adding a column for IMS replacement or failure, that information could be helpful to future owners of these great cars. If I do not have a photo of your car in the registry and you want me to add one please either post one here or message me.
I have much more research information on most of these cars, meaning more than what is shown in the registry files. If you need information on any particular car please send me a message.
PS – I’m well aware of the obligatory photos that are expected of a first-time poster. Here they are – enjoy!
911. Three digits. Nothing more than a logo. And yet it represents a legendary Sports Car concept. Today's 911 still has many stories to tell. Of heroic race victories. Of a design that has become iconic. Of countless childhood dreams. And of a timeless idea. Experience the 911 50th anniversary edition in this video. For more information visit: http://link.porsche.com/911-50?pc=50Y911YT1