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911T Lid and Grill

I have this 911T grill, lid, 911T emblem, "PORSCHE" letters, two lid levelers and upper deck lid lock. All OEM stuff. This is the bright anodized with black mesh grille I think. Includes the upper deck lid lock part. The lid is solid ... A little dirty, dusty and chips in paint around edges of the lid, but metal seems solid and good. Pics show the paint chips well. Definitely in need of a refinishing and paint job. Selling everything you see here for $850 plus freight from 04103. I would like to sell the entire unit without parting it out. Not real sure of the year, and will take advice on how to figure that out. I have been told it is probably a 1973 or earlier because it is a long hood model. Several people feel it is a 69, one thinks a 70-71. Please ask your questions or make your offers. I can take more and better pics if necessary. Total weight to ship about 25 lbs.







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Hey man, you need to post a price and the forum gremlins are going to punch any second. Just a friendly heads up. Research it a bit on here and you should be able to figure a price.
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I cleaned it up a bit and retook some pics.






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Looks like a '70 - '71 lid & grill. I think you are a little high, I will send you a PM for price recommendation.
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This could be hard/expensive to ship so your location would help prospective buyers in making a decision.
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Thanks much for any help you give. I do appreciate it. I am located in Maine at 04103.
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I am certainly open to any suggestions and advice. Thanks for the PM and Price Rec....
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I have adjusted the original price to reflect what others have said would be a more realistic price. Thanks for the suggestions.
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Lid and Grill for Sale

Interested... But also interested in various comments from folks about what year the deck lid you are offering is from. I know grills are different, etc. Key question: Are there any differences in the deck lids between 69, 70, 71, 72, 73 (i.e., LWB cars)?? I need one that is unquestionably correct for a '73. Will this one meet that criteria?? Thanks in advance to all for any clarifications on this matter. Ted
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Interested... But also interested in various comments from folks about what year the deck lid you are offering is from. I know grills are different, etc. Key question: Are there any differences in the deck lids between 69, 70, 71, 72, 73 (i.e., LWB cars)?? I need one that is unquestionably correct for a '73. Will this one meet that criteria?? Thanks in advance to all for any clarifications on this matter. Ted
This will fit all LWB 69-73.
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I listed another posting called

LWB 69-73 Grilles and Lids
and asked whether the lids and grilles are interchangeable for 69-73 LWB's

Check the new posting for answers....
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According to additional posts elsewhere, the grilles and lids are all interchangeable on models between 69 and 73....with 69 having the unique feature of only one mounting bar in the middle and two on the ends. This one has a total of five...two on the ends and three in the middle. Should work for your project. Let me know if you have more questions...
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was a price ever posted?
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yes, $850
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will this work on a 81 SC as well? or what do i have to change to make it work? thanks
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It will fit but won't match the car at all. you'll have to fill the 911T holes and drill new ones for the SC badge. Grill won't match. Plenty of correct alternatives available for an SC.
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thanks.. but it's a backdate project so wouldnt it be an easy way to get f-look onto the car!?
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if you are doing a 69-73 backdate, this set-up would work well for you.
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yeah.. great! also b/c my sc got a whaltetale on it and i want to get rid of it.. right?!
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