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Need a little VIN help

Found a local 928 w/ 5-speed looks to hellbronze gold color that maybe too far gone give it any major love, but could be good parts - who knows.
Could someone give me a hand with VIN info please. Thanks in advance for any help.

Windsheild VIN Tag - WPOJA0920CS822635

Fender VIN Tag - WPOZZZ92ZCS822635

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Z in the 4th,5th, 6th and 9 Alpha/Numerical position on the fender VIN is correct.

•1st Character: The 1st character of your Porsche’s vehicle identification number identifies the country where it was manufactured, in this case ‘W’ for Germany.

•2nd Character: The 2nd character in your Porsche’s VIN specifies the manufacturer, ‘P’ standing for Porsche.

•3rd Character: The 3rd character in your Porsche’s vehicle identification number indicates the vehicle type, or manufacturing division.

•4th - 8th Character: The 4th through 8th characters in your Porsche’s VIN reveals its type, model, series, etc. you will see “ZZZ96” on a 964, and “ZZZ99” on a 993 and 996 etc etc.

•9th Character: The 9th character in your Porsche’s vehicle identification number is a VIN accuracy check digit, verifying the previous numbers
within the VIN. This check digit is a single number or letter “Z” used to verify the accuracy of the vehicle identification number.

•10th Character: The 10th character in your Porsche’s VIN tells you the model year. see the chart in the “Here’s How to Find Your Car’s VIN” section below for specific locations by car make.)

•11th Character: The 11th character in your Porsche’s vehicle identification number reveals the assembly plant for the vehicle, ‘S’ is for Stuttgart.

•12th - 17th Character: The 12th through the 17th character in your Porsche’s VIN indicate the sequence of the vehicle for production as it rolled off the assembly line. The last four characters are always numeric.
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JJ 911SC: Thanks for the input, so this was 928 # 2,635 Mfg. in 1982? Any other clues as to limited slip or anything else worth having for parts? The color at first glance, I thought it could be a limited model missing the dash or console plate, but the manual gearbox pretty much eliminated that. I couldn't find any other info as to option codes for the vehicle.
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1982, late production as the range was 0001-->2701

The engine serial # range is 81C0051 --> 81C1109 for the manual transmission and developed 220HP @ 5500

Hopefully someone will be able to give you the option list for it

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