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    69 911S Parts Needed

    Looking for the following parts, thanks
    feel free to reach out direct to carterf@gmail.com

    -One Mfi trumpet
    -spring plates-orginial
    -two flat cb headlights
    -clock bracket
    -rear bumper guards with rubber

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    Sorry, long day... what are cb headlights?
    Warning! If I crap on you itís not on purpose.

    I often buy parts I think I need but find out I already own.

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    Guessing here, probably Cibiť
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne View Post
    Guessing here, probably Cibiť
    Yes, maybe flat Cibiť H4 headlights.

    Jon B.
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    In that case, I have a set of NOS in Porsche boxes. But they're not flat.

    Maybe you're just looking for garden variety aftermarket?
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    I often buy parts I think I need but find out I already own.

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    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    Most 7" Cibiť H4 lights had the normal domed glass, but I recall there was a version (short-lived, I think) that was almost flat, similar to a Marchal 7" H4. Haven't seen any of those in years, though.
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    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    On the other hand - the H4 dual filament bulb was not invented until 1971. Lights that used that bulb didn't hit the market until '72-73. That's why Porsche had Bosch build the H1 lights we all know and love, and was also the reason that Marchal Amplilux and Cibiť Biode existed.

    So flat lens H4 Cibiť would not be "correct" for a '69 except as an upgrade done several years later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 66S View Post
    P45T bulb interchanges with the H4.
    Not a direct interchange. There are H4-type bulbs now with the P45T base, and even a few adapters are available, but you can't swap them straight in.
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    I have spring plates and covers that came off my 69. Price is $90 plus shipping. Send me a pm with your email for pictures.
    John

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    its there a difference on the 69 spring plates or covers ? educate me guys

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