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Hi there, I was just wondering if there is a document showing that the Porsche 911 993 model (year 1995) Vin: WP0CA2997SS343483 (US model) is already confirmed with EU rules for exhaust emmissions and noise. I would appreciate if you can send me document proving that. Thanks and happy holidays Cesare

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Hello there
I suppose you would like to bring this Porsche 993 to Europe,right?
The best info would give you your local Porsche dealer if you have any other q. about bringing the 993 overseas you can write me at.
proporsche@yahoo.com

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