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    Het zijn dit jaar bijna alleen maar nederlandse 912 jes (tot nu toe) op de kalender van de 912 registry US.

    Na eerst de 912 van MPB en die van mij, is het nu de beurt aan de 912 van Mart!
    Mart proficiat!



    en voor de liehbebbers die nog niet op de hoogte zijn: een kleine member intro:

    From: Mart Boudestein, '66 Karmann 912 coupé, The Netherlands; Hello, hereby some more info about my black '66 Karmann 912 coupé. I purchased the car July last year (2005) from a dealer in Bridgeville near Pittsburgh PA (it was listed on Ebay. I won the auction. So I bought the car while I hadn't seen it in reality!) After a long shipping delay It finally arrived the third week of October in Rotterdam. The first impression was really good! Original tool kit, jack and owners manual were in the car. I asked CPR Almere (a Dutch classical PORSCHE-specialist) to do a check up and to prepare the car for the import test. The outcome of the check up was: The car had an original colour (6609) repaint (high quality job!), the front/nose element and front fenders are replaced (the new front element has the hole for the wiper/washer reservoir early cars hadn't). Condition of the coach is very good. Chrome is original and still very nice. The interior is also completely original and still in an extremely good, almost new condition. Original manufacturor mounted radio Blaupunkt Bremen (with all the owners documentation). Engine and transmission are also original (matching numbers). The extreme low mileage at the moment of purchase (26907 miles) was called correct! But...(there's always a 'but'...) the bottom was in a less good condition. It was dirty and showed some surface rust also. Some former sloppy welding work was discovered (small copper plates were used!). Immediate welding was necessary at two places. At the frontal mounting point with the subframe and at the left rear side near the torsion bar. After this work was done the car went through the import test without any problem. At this moment the bottom is completely redone and prepared. It was totally cleaned first, got an anti rust treatment (with Fertan) and a fresh layer of Tectyl. All hollow spaces were wax-oiled, even the insides of the doors. The car seems fully prepared now for the Dutch climate. Its a great car! I add some recent pictures.

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    Ik keek er eerlijk gezegd zelf ook wel een beetje van op. Heb de foto('s) even snel gemaakt nadat ik vorige week met Barwaut mijn 912 weer had opgehaald van z'n 'bodembeurt'. De auto was net flink gepoetst door het bedrijf dat me ook een flink poosje langer had laten wachten dan oorspronkelijk de bedoeling was. Voor het officiële portret moeten de mistlampen en de antenne er nog op. En last but not least, het houten stuurtje...

    1966 Karmann Coupe

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    • #3
      Ik keek er eerlijk gezegd zelf ook wel een beetje van op. Heb de foto('s) even snel gemaakt nadat ik vorige week met Barwaut mijn 912 weer had opgehaald van z'n 'bodembeurt'. De auto was net flink gepoetst door het bedrijf dat me ook een flink poosje langer had laten wachten dan oorspronkelijk de bedoeling was. Voor het officiële portret moeten de mistlampen en de antenne er nog op. En last but not least, het houten stuurtje...

      1966 Karmann Coupe

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      • #4
        hey mart,
        ben op zoek naar een 911/912 (liefst in belgie en eventueel targa) waar kan ik betrouwbaar terecht...vind die van jou de 'max'...mocht je hem willen verkopen, laat me maar weten
        groeten luigi

        quote:Originally posted by Classic912

        Het zijn dit jaar bijna alleen maar nederlandse 912 jes (tot nu toe) op de kalender van de 912 registry US.

        Na eerst de 912 van MPB en die van mij, is het nu de beurt aan de 912 van Mart!
        Mart proficiat!



        en voor de liehbebbers die nog niet op de hoogte zijn: een kleine member intro:

        From: Mart Boudestein, '66 Karmann 912 coupé, The Netherlands; Hello, hereby some more info about my black '66 Karmann 912 coupé. I purchased the car July last year (2005) from a dealer in Bridgeville near Pittsburgh PA (it was listed on Ebay. I won the auction. So I bought the car while I hadn't seen it in reality!) After a long shipping delay It finally arrived the third week of October in Rotterdam. The first impression was really good! Original tool kit, jack and owners manual were in the car. I asked CPR Almere (a Dutch classical PORSCHE-specialist) to do a check up and to prepare the car for the import test. The outcome of the check up was: The car had an original colour (6609) repaint (high quality job!), the front/nose element and front fenders are replaced (the new front element has the hole for the wiper/washer reservoir early cars hadn't). Condition of the coach is very good. Chrome is original and still very nice. The interior is also completely original and still in an extremely good, almost new condition. Original manufacturor mounted radio Blaupunkt Bremen (with all the owners documentation). Engine and transmission are also original (matching numbers). The extreme low mileage at the moment of purchase (26907 miles) was called correct! But...(there's always a 'but'...) the bottom was in a less good condition. It was dirty and showed some surface rust also. Some former sloppy welding work was discovered (small copper plates were used!). Immediate welding was necessary at two places. At the frontal mounting point with the subframe and at the left rear side near the torsion bar. After this work was done the car went through the import test without any problem. At this moment the bottom is completely redone and prepared. It was totally cleaned first, got an anti rust treatment (with Fertan) and a fresh layer of Tectyl. All hollow spaces were wax-oiled, even the insides of the doors. The car seems fully prepared now for the Dutch climate. Its a great car! I add some recent pictures.

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        • #5
          hey mart,
          ben op zoek naar een 911/912 (liefst in belgie en eventueel targa) waar kan ik betrouwbaar terecht...vind die van jou de 'max'...mocht je hem willen verkopen, laat me maar weten
          groeten luigi

          quote:Originally posted by Classic912

          Het zijn dit jaar bijna alleen maar nederlandse 912 jes (tot nu toe) op de kalender van de 912 registry US.

          Na eerst de 912 van MPB en die van mij, is het nu de beurt aan de 912 van Mart!
          Mart proficiat!



          en voor de liehbebbers die nog niet op de hoogte zijn: een kleine member intro:

          From: Mart Boudestein, '66 Karmann 912 coupé, The Netherlands; Hello, hereby some more info about my black '66 Karmann 912 coupé. I purchased the car July last year (2005) from a dealer in Bridgeville near Pittsburgh PA (it was listed on Ebay. I won the auction. So I bought the car while I hadn't seen it in reality!) After a long shipping delay It finally arrived the third week of October in Rotterdam. The first impression was really good! Original tool kit, jack and owners manual were in the car. I asked CPR Almere (a Dutch classical PORSCHE-specialist) to do a check up and to prepare the car for the import test. The outcome of the check up was: The car had an original colour (6609) repaint (high quality job!), the front/nose element and front fenders are replaced (the new front element has the hole for the wiper/washer reservoir early cars hadn't). Condition of the coach is very good. Chrome is original and still very nice. The interior is also completely original and still in an extremely good, almost new condition. Original manufacturor mounted radio Blaupunkt Bremen (with all the owners documentation). Engine and transmission are also original (matching numbers). The extreme low mileage at the moment of purchase (26907 miles) was called correct! But...(there's always a 'but'...) the bottom was in a less good condition. It was dirty and showed some surface rust also. Some former sloppy welding work was discovered (small copper plates were used!). Immediate welding was necessary at two places. At the frontal mounting point with the subframe and at the left rear side near the torsion bar. After this work was done the car went through the import test without any problem. At this moment the bottom is completely redone and prepared. It was totally cleaned first, got an anti rust treatment (with Fertan) and a fresh layer of Tectyl. All hollow spaces were wax-oiled, even the insides of the doors. The car seems fully prepared now for the Dutch climate. Its a great car! I add some recent pictures.

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          • #6
            Luigi, vanavond kan deze bijv. van jou zijn!
            http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Porsc...18947261QQrdZ1

            1966 Karmann Coupe

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            • #7
              Luigi, vanavond kan deze bijv. van jou zijn!
              http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Porsc...18947261QQrdZ1

              1966 Karmann Coupe

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              • #8
                mart,
                ben zelf niet te vinden om via internet iets te kopen dat ik niet in het 'echt' kan zien...maar toch bedankt voor de tip
                mocht jij iets anders tegen komen of toch die van jou willen verkopen
                please feel free to contact me
                thx[8D]

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                • #9
                  mart,
                  ben zelf niet te vinden om via internet iets te kopen dat ik niet in het 'echt' kan zien...maar toch bedankt voor de tip
                  mocht jij iets anders tegen komen of toch die van jou willen verkopen
                  please feel free to contact me
                  thx[8D]

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