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Thread: Opinion please : Pallas vs through the grill vs bottom bumper

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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret brakekiller's Avatar
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    Thanks Peter for the photo.

    I am thinking of having fog AND driving through the grill together / same bracket.
    However according to Eric (whom I trust), the weight of the 2 on the same bracket would put too much force/weight on the fixing points, also the bottom light (either fog or driving) would need to be put forward increasing the effort on the bracket...

    Need to think a bit more about it.

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    Rooohhhh, very nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by dirk07 View Post
    Haven´t seen in real yet. Was just an idea.

    These are oscars
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    and one try which looks to me too far from the hood:
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    Ok, so the bottom pic from Dirk with the yellow car has the Cibie lights supported on the bottom. Looks like a U shaped bar runs from the under bumper openings from one side to the other, and then a support bar goes up from "that bar" to the bottom of the Cibie lights.

    How about if the bumper has the bottom openings made "round" to accept a Hella 118, rather than a Hella 128? I have a friend who did this with his 78 911SC when he did a 74 Carrera look to the car. I'll get a picture of that to show you, I know it's not exactly the same, but it does give you an idea of how a round light would look in that position. Might be a little similar to how the front 72/73 spoiler bumper looks with the very rare bumper mounted Hella 118.
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    Cibies and 7/8 Fuchs were options on 73 RS without a M Code.
    That‘s correct, Eric.

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    On some 73RS yes, but Cibies were never offered by the factory on any regular production 911/T/L/E/S.
    Not saying they dont look good...but they were basicially aftermarket items.

    Here is one of two available 73 Option list
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    Marchal’s and Cibié’s were offered by Sonauto ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post

    For the headlights I will be using the 65-67 USA style lights with Cibié Biode bulbs (I am making those now, not sure how soon they will be ready).

    I guess I confuse easily. Does that mean you're making the [unobtainable] Porsche units that held 7" sealed beam headlights behind a glass cover (before sugar scoops) which I think was part # 901.631.101.31? As opposed to making [unobtainable] Cibié Biode sealed-beam replacements?

    I was lucky to get a pair of part # 901.631.101.31 way back when you simply called Stoddard.
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    Sweet picture!!!

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    I believe this is taken at Linas Montlhéry Autodrome, not long ago as per the ground behind.


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