Factory Original TwinGrill? PreT6 Notchback

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Professor Bardia Manafi
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Factory Original TwinGrill? PreT6 Notchback

#1 Post by Professor Bardia Manafi » Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:37 pm

Hi All
I recently got my first Porsche, its a 1961 1600Super Karmann, the rear lid is a twin grill on my T5 notch-back (with no number stamped on it) instead of single grill, the rest of the car is all matching and the car has original floors and it is in very good shape, the car rolled off production on the last days of August in 61'. From the seals and body I'm 99% sure its a no accident car, so could it be just another one of those interesting things that Porsche did?, Ive been told. and did the 1600SUPER badge was an option ? cause mine doesn't have one. Also I'm looking to buy the drivers manual, does anyone know what is closest print date for the drivers manual for my car(august 61), the closest edition I found was April 1960, also looking for original workshop manual, thanks and any suggestion on a grease gun for my car Cheers
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Re: Factory Original TwinGrill? PreT6 Notchback

#2 Post by Brad Ripley » Mon Aug 12, 2019 1:16 am

What is the chassis number of this car?

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Re: Factory Original TwinGrill? PreT6 Notchback

#3 Post by Vic Skirmants » Mon Aug 12, 2019 7:51 am

I thought the engine designation badges were standard.

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Re: Factory Original TwinGrill? PreT6 Notchback

#4 Post by Professor Bardia Manafi » Mon Aug 12, 2019 11:37 am

Brad Ripley wrote:
Mon Aug 12, 2019 1:16 am
What is the chassis number of this car?
200787

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