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Thread: WTB: 1970 911T targa front and rear turn signal lenses

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    WTB: 1970 911T targa front and rear turn signal lenses

    Hey there everyone,

    At a local cars and coffee yesterday I was told that the black trim front and rear turn signals are incorrect for my 1970. I also need the chrome horn grills. I did some looking around and it does appear that chrome is correct for the turn signal lenses on the US cars. If anyone has any of these please let me know.
    Last edited by Kevinw23; 07-20-2014 at 05:54 PM.
    Thank you,


    Early 911S registry #2958

    1970 911T Targa - Red/Black 57,000 miles
    1988 930 turbo cab - black/champagne 55,000 miles
    2013 Audi S6
    2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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    Dec 2008
    Black Mountain, NC
    Hey Kevin, Fronts are hard to come by, rears show up fairly regularly, but US chrome trim fronts are difficult. I have the same issue with my 71. even some of the places to by new actually have euro lens and I dont remember if it was Pelican , Stoddard or both have some funky note about what you will be getting and a few bad reviews as they were not correct. I bought a nice set of rears over a year ago but no fronts yet so the rears sit in a cabinet waiting.
    I dont understand it, everyone must have thrown them away with the black out craze of the late 70's early 80's?

    Either way free bump


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