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    Indicator lens bodies in metal Euro style.

    Does anyone know who makes metal front indicator bodies in Euro style?

    I see Tasker do them in US style.
    Clyde Boyer


    1968 2.0 Coupe LHD, US delivered
    1972 2.5ST Cuope LHD Replica project LHD USA delivered 72T as base.
    1972 2.4T/E Coupe LHD US delivered 68,000 miles from new
    1973 2.4E Coupe RHD Aussie delivered
    1974 Alfa 2000 GTV Coupe, 9280 miles from new
    2006 Fezza Coupe RHS Aussie car manual 430.




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    Hi Clyde,
    There are a couple of suppliers in the UK that have these: Roger Bray and Design911. Note that Design911 state that their units do "not have a hole for a side light bulb in the first compartment this will need to be modified if you require a side light" and I expect the Roger Bray ones are the same. Please note that I haven't tried either of these so cannot comment on their quality.
    Kind regards
    Gitesh

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    when trying to help Clyde I noticed that I actually bought the wrong ones myself recently from Sierra Madre.
    turns out the ones I bought (901.631.401.04 & 402.04) are the US ones whereas the Euro metal ones are 901.631.401.03 and 402.03.
    Anyway, seems they can be modified to be correct, as per another topic here on the registry, but does anyone have clear pictures of what the euro ones look like?
    (I can't check on my '73T as that is an Italian car - which I understand is slightly different again)
    Don't want to derail the topic but I assume Clyde needs to know what the correct ones look like as well.
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    Italian, US und Euro bodies are the same


    See 6th+7th picture in first post of

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ferrerid=29735


    all numbers for the three "versions" are stamped on the rear of each Body

    see Cees posting no. 4

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ferrerid=29735



    The Euro have an additional bulb holder mounted for the City lights, that are not included in the headlights.

    John allready posted a nice summary

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ferrerid=29735
    Last edited by dirk07; 09-11-2019 at 04:21 AM.

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