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    Scheel lightweight GT sliders

    While buiding my ST hotrod I wanted to use scheel GT sliders on my scheel 300 bucket seats.
    The plan was to have Gerrit Blankman (scheel expert) modify my standard scheel sliders, but he had some difficulties with his welder and stopped making them.
    He was willing to sell me the required kevers and springs and give me a brief 'how to' and I went to make a few sets, of wich I sold 2 sets a while ago.
    I had parts for the GT handle, but had to source a couple more sliders to use the left over parts.

    The original standard scheel sliders are taken apart, shortened, welded, blasted, zinc plated and put together again. I had to make my own groved pins like the originals to be able to lock the pin in the slider while putting them together. They are blasted with rough media to get a matte finish, so they look a little older and I have sprayed them with WD40 in the areas where the zinc does not go well to protect them for corrosion. (You might want to repeat that before installation)

    These can also be adapted to fit early recaro bucket seats like seen on the Olive Tart ST (https://www.excellence-mag.com/issue...4#.WPs-VIFNeEc)

    I have 2 slider sets available with the original early 4 hole leg, to put on 2 seats.
    Pictures of this set below. (so that is 4 sliders for 2 seats)
    Asking $1000 for these 2, shipped anywhere
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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    I also have 2 slider sets available with replica 4 hole legs, that have replaced the cut of legs, to put on 2 seats
    Asking $950 for these 2, shipped anywhere
    Attached Images Attached Images
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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    Wow! Those look amazing! GLWS.
    Kiwi
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    Price drop
    Set 1 $950
    Set 2 $900
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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    Price reduction
    Set 1 $900
    Set 2 $850
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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    Let me know if set #2 is still available and the set of light weight mounts please , thanks Bert

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    Set #2 with LWT mounts is sold
    Set #1 still available
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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    Set #1 still available
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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