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    Nos 911 racing parts

    Hallo

    these are some interesting RACING parts:

    1) NOS BOSCH 265 P21 SPARK PLUGS KIT. ( 2 KITS AVAILABLE)
    the correct original Porsche Spark Plugs for S and racing engines.
    PRICE: 300 EURO FOR 1 KIT ( SIX PIECES) + SHIPPING
    2 SOLD - 1 LEFT

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    2) NOS RACING INTERNAL REAR VIEW MIRROR, USED FOR ALL 911 S/T/RS LIGHT/RSR RACING CARS, (AND FOR 914/6 CARS)
    THEY USED IT BECAUSE IT'S DIMENSION AND LIGHTNESS.

    ALL SOLD !! 5 PIECES!! THANK YOU

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    3) NOS 38CM RACING STEERING WHEEL (NO LEATHER) . UP TO 911 1971 CARS ( IDEAL FOR S/T ) + (AND 914/6 CARS). THIS IS RARE BECAUSE 803 CODE!!
    SOLD

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    4) NOS 38CM RACING STEERING WHEEL (NO LEATHER). FOR 1972 AND 1973 CARS. IDEAL AS A BASE FOR 73RS CARS.
    RETIRED

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    for requests please send an email to: andrea70@nosgruppe.com

    thank you!
    ciao
    Last edited by andrea70; 01-31-2016 at 02:57 AM.
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    Hi Andrea , how does the Mirror fix ? does it go onto the Windowscreen ?

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    Hallo!
    Yes, like the standard lwb mirror
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    That rear view mirror is very cool. It is an original 914-6 standard part and glues to the windshield same as an original standard LWB mirror. The difference is it is very thin so yes it is lighter weight but in a 914-6 or race car your rear line of sight might be very limited so why obstruct the front view with a big mirror. Rare part and hard to find.
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    Open to offers!
    Thank you
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    NEW PRICES for steering wheels.
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    i'm very happy that you discover all those offers on ebay. bravo! buy them quickly!!
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    What is the part number for the rear view mirror ?
    Mike

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    Mike: 914 731 002 10 . very first production . ( last production end with 014 11. NLA )
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