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1977 930 help

Does anyone know the correct finish for wheel wells for a 1977 usa 930?
Who sells the best carpet?
Where can I get replacement window rubber/felt?
What is the correct fuchs size and offset?
what is the correct tire size?

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What year fenders will work. Are the the same in 77 to 87?
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wow so much help from a flock of pelicans, no one knows where to buy carpet?Where are all the porsche gurus??
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You are not likely to get a blanket response on how to restore a car in one thread.
Better results would be to tackle the subjects one at a time along with an archive search.
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Brian, you're ALWAYS so polite and calm...

Jatooker1111, may be using a different approach will get you some of the info you're asking for...

What about a picture of the car, details of it...?
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My wife would beg to differ ...
Ha!
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You are not likely to get a blanket response on how to restore a car in one thread.
Better results would be to tackle the subjects one at a time along with an archive search.
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[QUOTE=Miguel Antonett;8288041]Brian, you're ALWAYS so polite and calm...

Jatooker1111, may be using a different approach will get you some of the info you're asking for...

What about a picture of the car, details of it...?


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#69... are you refering to the last three digit in the vin no?
have you just bought this car?
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^^^That's a cool looking car now... Tell us about it. Pictures of the engine bay and interior would help us to help you. What happened to your windshield wipers?

Are you trying to bring the car up to OEM standards? because those wheels are not it...
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Are you trying to bring the car up to OEM standards? because those wheels are not it...
He's got a long way to go to get that back to a stock/ original '77 930. Fuchs would be the least of my concern right now. It looks like very big and expensive project. Good luck
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Stock Fuchs for a 77 930 would be 16x7x8. Tires were 205/55 and 225/50.

For window rubber/felt, I would stick to the Porsche stuff.
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Where can I get replacement window rubber/felt?
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It appears that this 'Pelican' site also sells Porsche parts
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#69... are you refering to the last three digit in the vin no?
have you just bought this car?
the last three digits are 080
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^^^That's a cool looking car now... Tell us about it. Pictures of the engine bay and interior would help us to help you. What happened to your windshield wipers?

Are you trying to bring the car up to OEM standards? because those wheels are not it...
Thanks picked it a a couple of months ago, yes changing it back to stock. Engine is out. I will list all the parts that are coming off the car in a week or so. The car was being restored and the previuos owner changed it to slantnose, He lost interest in it and decided to sell. The car has been sitting for quite a few years.

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Stock Fuchs for a 77 930 would be 16x7x8. Tires were 205/55 and 225/50.

For window rubber/felt, I would stick to the Porsche stuff.
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Nice looking 930!
I'm pretty sure 15" wheels were standard in 1977. I can look that up for you in one of the restoration guides.

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