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1980 is tough because a lot of those cars were simple labeled and sold as 1979 cars to get in under the radar of US Emissions.


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I don't know about 84 but I believe 1980 was the lowest production year due to the emissions ban in the US


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1978 was the lowest production year after '75.
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1978 was the lowest production year after '75.


Assuming the picture I posted above is correct, it should be 75, then 80 and then 78


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Assuming the picture I posted above is correct, it should be 75, then 80 and then 78
Pat is correct in that 78 was the lowest production year after '75. This is pretty well establish throughout the community.

Additionally, the picture you posted is incorrect.. for 78 it states 451 when in fact the numbers are 641 and the owner of that last car sometimes posts here on the bored. So I'm sure some of the other numbers are skewed.
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Pat is correct in that 78 was the lowest production year after '75. This is pretty well establish throughout the community.



Additionally, the picture you posted is incorrect.. for 78 it states 451 when in fact the numbers are 641 and the owner of that last car sometimes posts here on the bored. So I'm sure some of the other numbers are skewed.


I found a different source showing different numbers (75, 81, 80 and then 78) and published on the forum before. This is Pg. 121 of the book "Original PORSCHE 911" by Peter Morgan "The Guide to all Production Models 1963-98"


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Very true. But until I get that Retro Air snow machine installed they will only happen on days where the high is below 90*.

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I found a different source showing different numbers (75, 81, 80 and then 78) and published on the forum before. This is Pg. 121 of the book "Original PORSCHE 911" by Peter Morgan "The Guide to all Production Models 1963-98"


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I don't think that's accurate either. At least not for 1981. I dont recall the exact # (848?) but It's 800 something.
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When I had my aeros the REAR view was also very nice as with the wider mirror it also captured the wing. Too bad I DID NOT TAKE ANY GOOD PICTURES BACK THEN, ups new keyboard.
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I found a different source showing different numbers (75, 81, 80 and then 78) and published on the forum before. This is Pg. 121 of the book "Original PORSCHE 911" by Peter Morgan "The Guide to all Production Models 1963-98"[/IMG]
Not really impressed by that book.. its known to contain many inaccuracies.
By the way, some of us have access from time to time to much better resources than the numerous books "now published" for "entertainment and sale."

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