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    FS: SWB Tool Kit

    Factory original and complete tool kit for SWB 1964 to 1968 Porsche 911. Beautiful, OEM original condition. Included are: two "KLEIN" screwdrivers (flat tip and philips), five "DROP FORGED STEEL" open-end wrenches in the correct large block lettering & milled ends, "19MM lug wrench with the bent tip, "P208" generator wrench, 19x22 "CHROM-VANADIUM" box wrench, combination pliers with the raised cutting edge & satin finish, "KLEIN 21" spark plug wrench with the allen end (no thumb screw), 10MM allen wrench "DIN 911 SW 10 KLEIN Germany, maroon bakelite "MESSKO" gauge (0-50 PSI) with vinyl pouch, "PUDENZ" fuze pack, "PORSCHE" Phoenix v-belt, NOS faded, tool bag "textured black vinyl with off white interior" with the spring clasps in excellent condition. The tool bag and tools overall are in concours to mint condition. $5000, check or MO preferred. Jim
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    Too many Porsches and one VW are starting to fill up my desert landscape.

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    Weekend bump on the SWB tool kit.

    Too many Porsches and one VW are starting to fill up my desert landscape.

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