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    Quote Originally Posted by moito View Post
    one more

    this reinforcement was introduced when??? my guess is end of first quarter of 65


    edit:the ballast resistor on the wiper motor (can also be seen here)also changed shape somewhen...so did the internals of the fuse holder for the webasto

    #301111 has it.

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    My 1379 has the compressed wood backing
    Quote Originally Posted by Bobs 67S View Post
    John, the 1964 and early 1965 that I have worked with were molded compressed wood composite.

    Did your later plastic core have the face bevel and the edge bevel also?

    Note the very early dashes were from six pieces, there is a joint in the radio panel - just above the ashtray. From about spring 1965 it became a single panel, for a total of five parts.

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    Not sure if this has been mentioned, but just discovered that seat recline lever on my 65 911 (301744) is shorter than on other SWB chrome hinges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John912 View Post
    Not sure if this has been mentioned, but just discovered that seat recline lever on my 65 911 (301744) is shorter than on other SWB chrome hinges.
    on both seats ?

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    Yes, both seats -- both short on 301744, both long on the other two pairs I have in inventory. I think the ones on 301744 are date stamped 6/65. The longer ones have no date stamp (that I can see)
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