Q. Why does the engine and VIN number not match for my car? I am sure they are original, and it says so on the Kardex.
A. Porsche did not put engines sequentially into cars. For this reason, a particular engine might be "newer" (higher serial number) than another engine, yet be in an older car. If this happens around a model year break, it can result in this kind of discrepancy.
Q. Is there any charge or fee for using or listing on this page?
Q. Is this site just for engines?
A. No, although that's how it started out. It now provides and collects data on all three major items with serial numbers - the car, engine, and transmission.
Q. What cars does the site cover?
A. Porsche 356 and 912 (except for 912E).
Q. How do I know what engine should be in my car?
A. Your car may already appear in our database. Check
to see if there is an entry. You can also obtain your Kardex or Certificate of
Authenticity from Porsche. Instructions can be found on the Porsche
356 Registry website.
A. No, this is just a reference site.
A. Anyone wishing
to contact somebody using the database must contact them through firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will then advise the person with that particular engine that somebody
wishes to contact them. I leave it up to that person to pursue the contact.
I assume that people wanting a particular engine want to be contacted,
so their contact information WILL appear unless otherwise requested.
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