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    Reference: Tool Rolls & Contents

    69-73 contains:

    P208 generator pulley holder wrench - this is the only piece showing any use, at the end.
    Klein 21mm solid spark plug socket
    DIN 911 SW 10 - Klein 10 mm Allen wrench
    160 mm combination pliers with cross-hatched handles and chrome plated jaws
    -Klein Phillips screwdriver with red plastic handle embossed "10000 VOLT W-GERMANY"
    -Klein elongated-blade screwdriver with red plastic handle embossed "10000 VOLT W-GERMANY"
    5 "Drop-Forged-Steel Germany" open-end wrenches:
    * 8 x 9 mm
    * 10 x 11 mm
    * 12 x 13 mm
    * 14 x 15 mm
    * 17 x 19 mm
    Klein 19 mm lug wrench with tapered end
    Chrom Vanadium 19x22 mm box wrench
    Like new basketweave vinyl bag with grey interior and perfect Cad plated clasps
    1 Porsche Phoenix 9.5 x 710 Fan belt
    Small Fuse Pouch with 5 fuses (4 sealed)
    Unused Porsche Towel with label "Made in Germany 100% Cotton"
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    Last edited by 72targa; 07-13-2014 at 09:09 AM.

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    Allen,

    which is the correct Allen wrench? I have 3 with different markings: Klein 10, then DIN 911 SW 10 - Klein 10 and the last one has no marking. Is there any particular needed for SWB or LWB toolkit?
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    SWB Spark Plug Wrench

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeephyrin View Post
    Allen,

    which is the correct Allen wrench? I have 3 with different markings: Klein 10, then DIN 911 SW 10 - Klein 10 and the last one has no marking. Is there any particular needed for SWB or LWB toolkit?
    All the Hex wrenches I've seen are marked Klein. Here are some correct SWB spark plug sockets. I've seen BOTH 10mm and 12mm (rare) hex-drive versions. Thanks.

    -Allen-
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    Your kit works a '73 S? The pattern on the vinyl is different than a "69. Please verify?

    Thanks

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    73 1/2 and RS Toolkit

    Here is an exemplar 73.5 MY toolkit. Note the tie bag and tapered top spark plug wrench not to mention the unobtanium reversible screwdriver. IMHO, a SNAP bag is also correct for this period as I've seen MANY kits with such. Thanks.

    -Allen-
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    Reference: Tool Rolls & Contents

    901ers and 1964+ production 911 owners,

    Here is a very early SWB toolkit. As distinguished by the two-tone toolbag but with 356-like tabs on the snaps, unique to early 901/911s. When the transition to the grained tabless bag is hard to say, probably sometime in 1965. Included in these pics is a toolkit (the last and next to last picture with the jack is from the very nice original car, not for sale here; all other items in the post are the for sale item) from a late 1964 VERY nice 911. We will note that in this last photo with that jack that one wrench is wrong and most-probably the pliers too. However, should the buyer like pliers as pictured in the subject kit, we can substitute an identical pair of Hapewe pliers (further if YOU have info. that the Hapewe are correct, PLEASE advise.) I've added a second photo, at the very end, the bag shown with tabs-identical to the kit I'm selling- in the front compartment of the Dec. 1964 Production 911. All tools are mint or excellent; the bag is excellent. All tools including the Klein screwdrivers are guaranteed to be correct original OEM tools.
    Price including shipping in U.S. is $3,250; outside U.S. is $3,300. Please email directly to DrRSR@aol.com. Thanks!
    -Allen-








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    Useful info copied from an actual ad and edited to be used as a reference...
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    Kit from one-owner early 73 (Build date Sept 72) 9113110285
    Tapered plug wrench, Hapwe pliers and SSS wrenches
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    Renn-Spot - Cars & parts For Sale - http://renn-spot.blogspot.com/
    1970 911"S" - Black (originally silver)
    1974 911"S" - Silver
    1973 911"T" - Bahia Red - Now Sold
    10 sec 67 VW
    Early "S" Registry #439

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    Kit from original owner 72 T Targa. Taper plug wrench and Hapwe pliers
    Attached Images Attached Images
    Renn-Spot - Cars & parts For Sale - http://renn-spot.blogspot.com/
    1970 911"S" - Black (originally silver)
    1974 911"S" - Silver
    1973 911"T" - Bahia Red - Now Sold
    10 sec 67 VW
    Early "S" Registry #439

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    2nd owner (bought in early '70s) Early 73 S #9113300153 with SSS wrenches, tapered plug wrench and Hapwe pliers
    Attached Images Attached Images
    Renn-Spot - Cars & parts For Sale - http://renn-spot.blogspot.com/
    1970 911"S" - Black (originally silver)
    1974 911"S" - Silver
    1973 911"T" - Bahia Red - Now Sold
    10 sec 67 VW
    Early "S" Registry #439

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