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Part # help needed- hood seal

Howdy-
Can anyone help me identify two hood seals? One is part
# 928.511.141.04, and the other is 928.511.141.03. I bought these some time ago for my 924S, but they didn't fit. I'd like to find what they do fit so that they may find a good home.
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Old 11-23-2003, 01:17 PM
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scott clarke... the #...-03 is for the rear hood of 928. The #...-04 should fit the rear of your (924S) hood, say the books (it's on my '79 924).

Hope that soothes some stress... member.

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Hood seals????

The only one I know of is the one going across the freah air trough.
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Macreel-
Thanks!
SoCal-We're talking about the ones at the front and the rear of the engine compartment. Doesn't your car have those?
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