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Old 05-25-2018, 12:31 AM
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Jeff, thanks so much.
I'll check the door tag and report back. I ran my carfax today as well, I guess I had forgotten that my friend Peter bought this car from the original owner in 2006. It spent 11+ years with the original owner and 12+ years with my best friend. The car spent its earliest years in Connecticut, with service records from New Country Porsche prior to heading to Barrington, IL with the same owner and then sold locally to my friend who also lived in Barrington. I don't believe it spent one night outside the garage for at least the 12 years I've known the car. In fact he only put ~6000 miles on the car in those 12 years. Car now reads 50,700 miles, pics and my own thread once it's landed in Nevada.

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Old 05-25-2018, 09:26 PM
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Jeff, can you decode this one? WP0AA2965NS820560 Should be a 92 coupe.Doesn't appear to have a recessed hood badge.

Gran Prix White exterior and black interior.
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Old 05-29-2018, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by az968gpw View Post
Jeff, can you decode this one? WP0AA2965NS820560 Should be a 92 coupe.Doesn't appear to have a recessed hood badge.

Gran Prix White exterior and black interior.
Yup, a May 1992 build (could be April) so a late 92. Only 4 options: LT partial leather in black, XD4 painted crest center caps, 490 hi-fi sound 10 speaks with 494 amps.

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Old 05-30-2018, 12:24 PM
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Hi could you pls decode my VIN: WP0ZZZ99ZSS310127
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Old 05-30-2018, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by carbonGT View Post
Hi could you pls decode my VIN: WP0ZZZ99ZSS310127
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Sorry, my database only covers North American 968s.
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Old 06-14-2018, 11:05 AM
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Jeff, how about this VIN last 4 are 0212, its a 95 White Coupe. Wondered if it were a revinned true 94??
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Old 06-14-2018, 11:21 AM
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Originally Posted by jsheiry View Post
Jeff, how about this VIN last 4 are 0212, its a 95 White Coupe. Wondered if it were a revinned true 94??
Hey John,

It is a 718 car (reVINed 94) built in May of 1994.
It is a white tip coupe, 3 options: LT partial leather in black, 249 Tiptronic transmission, and 437 8-way full power drivers seat.

You can learn all about option code 718 968s on the registry website, Here: Code 718
The page tells you the details right down to the cutover VINs.

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Originally Posted by jeff968 View Post
Hey John,

It is a 718 car (reVINed 94) built in May of 1994.
It is a white tip coupe, 3 options: LT partial leather in black, 249 Tiptronic transmission, and 437 8-way full power drivers seat.

You can learn all about option code 718 968s on the registry website, Here: Code 718
The page tells you the details right down to the cutover VINs.

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Thank you Jeff. My wifes daily driver. It also had a crazy cell phone package with Porsche logo on it...imagine that was a dealer option added on.
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Originally Posted by jsheiry View Post
Thank you Jeff. My wifes daily driver. It also had a crazy cell phone package with Porsche logo on it...imagine that was a dealer option added on.
Correct, It could be dealer or more likely, port installed option. I know they don't work anymore but they are still cool to look at.
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