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Are these original keys?

I have a one owner 911E. It came with one set of keys attached to the original fab. One key reads Porsche for the ignition and doors. The other two keys for the glove box and hood, read DOM and Huf. I'm sure the Porsche key is original, but what about the other two?? Also, I'm looking to make a duplicate set of all three. Where do I go? I don't see them here on Pelican. Thanks!!
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Your car should have come with 4 keys, and one small one if you had a Bosch antennae.
Two blacks fit all locks and two reds that do not fit glove box or trunk lock, if so equipped. (aka valet key)
The geometric shape of the black rubber heads are opposite for the reds. Many repos ignore this minor detail.
My 73, 76, and 77 are all labeled DOM on the top bar.
Glove box keys were always matched to the door locks - just that the red key should not open the glove box.
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Your car should have come with 4 keys, and one small one if you had a Bosch antennae.
Two blacks fit all locks and two reds that do not fit glove box or trunk lock, if so equipped. (aka valet key)
The geometric shape of the black rubber heads are opposite for the reds. Many repos ignore this minor detail.
My 73, 76, and 77 are all labeled DOM on the top bar.
Glove box keys were always matched to the door locks - just that the red key should not open the glove box.
Bill K
Thanks, but things must have been different in 69. My oem Porsche key will only work ignition and door locks. My dom key, and huf key operate glove box and hood lock, independent of each other of course.
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It's very helpful when you post car information.
My response covers 70-84 for the black, 70-86 for the red.
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It's very helpful when you post car information.
My response covers 70-84 for the black, 70-86 for the red.
Youíre right, donít know why I omitted date. Itís a 1969 911e Targa. Completed in January of 1969. I bought last year from the original owner who kept every receipt and invoice. It came with a black key fob with three keys attached. Iím wanting to make a duplicate set of the three. Iíve never seen a key with huff or dom on it, prior to buying this car.
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