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A correct and complete kit. As pictured, I don't believe anything had been removed from it's original position.

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Holy crap - that's gorgeous.

Thanks for sharing.
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Bob - what is a kit like that worth?
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Not sure what the market would bear and I haven't been thinking of selling it.
I'm pretty sure you could put all the stuff together eventually.
Porsche even sells a lot of the tool kit stuff but I'm not sure how period correct the finishes are on the new stuff. Anybody?
Any guesses on value?
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Not sure what the market would bear and I haven't been thinking of selling it.
I'm pretty sure you could put all the stuff together eventually.
Porsche even sells a lot of the tool kit stuff but I'm not sure how period correct the finishes are on the new stuff. Anybody?
Any guesses on value?
About two years ago, I sold a spare tool kit, just the kit, in excellent condition, without the accessories you show, for $175.00.

As per my previous post on this thread, we still have the original factory items in the sealed plastic bag.

Your items are "as new", and should fetch a price "way" north of the one I sold.

Good luck,

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I see the pin wrench to hold the fan still, but what do you use to take off the nut? 24 mm nut, IIRC.

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