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Smile 1986 911 doors on a 1969 912

Hello all Porsche fans,

My 69 912 doors are too rusty to be practically repaired. I have acquired a pair of 1986 911 doors without the power window mechanism.
I do have the manual mechanism of my 69 doors.
1. Can the manual window mechanism, frame, glass and locks of the 69 be used?
I noticed that 1986 doors holes appear to match but the 1986 lock has a round button.
The more I search makes me a little confused about this swap.
Please guide me on this, all answers are appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

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Should bolt right on and utilize all your parts. The lower door pocket hardware may be in different locations but that's it. I used a 993 door on a 69. Just be sure to check all your panel gaps and make necessary adjustments prior to paint and bodywork.
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