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Thread: Special early 1964 features on 1965 cars

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    The early lower valve covers had serial # 901.105.116.02 and were at least used until engine # 900454 that was probably in chassisnr. 300354. This car was produced in the first two weeks of januari 65. I would like to know when they stopped using these.
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    update, incl some extra items mentioned, for all to complete their info

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    new car added. Pls check and feedback comments.

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    to ensure we are talking the same things, pls find some pictures of some 1964 features that might have been continued into 1965 for some time

    6 piece wood dash with a cut above the ash tray
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    heat exchangers 1964 type, possibly extended into 1965
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    flat deck lid latch panel
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    no 911 logo on dash
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    leather shift boot and mushroom knob
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    round deck lid release knob
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    wedged doorframe
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    3 screw doorframe
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    leather handbrake boot
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    luggage hooks in luggage compartment
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    Very interesting and informative thread. Thanks for all the contributions and efforts here.
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    update: 3 new cars and a little more detail added.

    Dear people,
    pls send me yr info. There must be more cars from 1H65 known here and also quite some info is lacking from the cars identified. In the name of humanity, and for the sake of your children, txs for yr help.
    Cheers, Jacques

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    Please note that 1666 has painted black under the engine grill, the small knob decklid release, doesn't have to my knowledge the split wooden dashboard.

    It does however have a small knob for the fuel flap release, do others have similar knob?
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    as far as i remember the wedged door frame change is listed in the parts catalog with the exact vin(912s continued tho have them... i think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by moito View Post
    as far as i remember the wedged door frame change is listed in the parts catalog with the exact vin(912s continued tho have them... i think)
    Now that you mention it, the earliest window frames in PET are:

    901.542.005.20 DOOR GLASS FRAME F >> 302805 F >> 351271 F >> 438082 /L
    901.542.006.20 DOOR GLASS FRAME F >> 302805 F >> 351271 F >> 438082 /R

    I suppose 438082 is supposed to refer to a Karmann 912 coupe, but they started at 450001. Aside from that, it looks like the Porsche-built 911s and 912s changed window frames about halfway through the MY 1966 cars built in CY 1965,

    The parts books and spec booklets give the end chassis or engine numbers for a lot of features.
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