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Emblem Location Help Request

Does anyone know where the rear deck lid “911” emblem is placed on early cars? The general location is on the right above “Porsche” at an angle. Specific dimensions would help a great deal

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Badge Placement for 66 rear trunk deck, ESR, 20120824
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Many thanks!! This is a great big help. Truly appreciate it. Now I dont have to go to Luftgekult to measure. Who am I kidding, Im going.
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Finally got around to mounting the 911 emblem. Matching gold PORSCHE letters are on order

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I completed the engine lid emblem upgrade. It is now all gold color. The P O R S C H E letters are factory. They aren’t that great. They could have used a bit if hand finishing. Also the mounting pins were too short in a few spots. I bought flat push-on nuts from McMaster to compensate for the shortness. The S is right by the latch. The pins didn’t even clear the hole. Unfortunately I had to glue the S down.


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