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The between the visors temp sensor for the autoheat system for an 85 911, not sure what years they are common for.

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Can you please ask them why the replacement visors for a 911 G type (1978-1983) are almost $900 for a pair? They sell others for about $300 per pair. (Product no.: 96473103100CA9 and Product no.: 96473103200CA9)
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Echoing the recommendation for relays!
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combination fasten seat belt / brake warning light lens 944.632.213.00





These ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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these ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Carpet kits in original color, texture, and quality, would be outstanding.
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And why on God's green earth does a carpet kit for a tiny car made of German SLIVERKNIT (whatever that is) cost $900 dollars?
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Original 911 912 hood crest

A nice original hood piece that would end the silly prices folks are asking for real ones.
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Another company is not offering billet heater controls which look nice, but the failing part actually seems to be the PCB behind it. The traces wear with time and use, and there don't seem to be any new replacements available in the marketplace.
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To my original point on page one, a shining example of why we get so many brand new Porsche parts in to be replated.





















And for color changes to proper yellow zinc. The steel these new oil return tubes are made of is one step above pot metal BTW.

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Ok you asked. How bout a complete rust/wreaked free tub. Not having to deal with 35 years (or more)of hidden rust let alone the rust you do see would make rebuilding these classics great!
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These ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Distributor vacuum 911 sc
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More interior trim bits:
  • Seat belt/brake warning lamp (on dash)... or at least the lens.
  • Speaker grill covers.
^^^This^^^
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Carpet kits in original color, texture, and quality, would be outstanding.

Second that
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Textured black paint for Targa bar cover

I would like to see returned these part numbers for the Flat Black Polyurethane textured paint for painting the Targa Roll Bar Cover.

Polyurethane textured paint Porsche part# 911-096-160-02
Polyurethane hardener Porsche part# 911-096-220-04

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Distributor vacuum advance canisters for all older 911's .. i have an 80 sc
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I would like to see a targa hardtop. They are scarce and hard to come by

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