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Mystery engine #

I'm selling a car for a friend that has case# P*806324, At least that's whats on the third member. Anybody got a take on this? I don't seem to find references to it other than maybe being from an earlier car.
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Go to 356A.com
Enter the number 806324 in the first engine # box and hit search.

Here is the results.

Engine number 806324 is a 1600 S-90 (Type 616/7 T6), part of range 805601 to 806600.

This engine was originally fitted to a car as follows:
1963 (built 1962) T6 B cabriolet (Reutter) with a serial number between 157000 and 157768.
1963 (built 1962) T6 B coupe (Reutter) with a serial number between 121100 and 123042.
1963 (built 1962) T6 B coupe (Karmann) with a serial number between 210900 and 212171.

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The Maestro's database indicates engine #806340 was matched up to engine case #61762, it was a type 616/7 built mid 1962 and in chassis #212381. That's the closest one to yours in the database, and as Harry would say "A mere 16 engines from yours!"

Keep the Faith!

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how old the car is ?
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