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    Junior Member ccalex's Avatar
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    Alexandria, VA

    Sun visor restoration: '67 Targa

    Hi Everyone: I've been looking everywhere for a set of '67 Targa visors (a recurring theme on this board, I know). The foam in mine has crumbled and the mirror on passenger side visor keeps falling out of place. Since I can't find a replacement set, do you know of anyone who can restore the originals?
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    1972 T (Silver)
    1967 Soft Window Targa (Polo Red)
    Early 911S Registry #2030
    PCA Potomac Region

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    Early 911S Registry # 237 NeunElf's Avatar
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    San Dimas, CA
    Try Jack Arct or Victor Miles. You can find contact information on the 356 Registry Vendors Page
    Jim Alton
    Torrance, CA
    Early 911S Registry # 237

    1965 Porsche 911 coupe
    1958 Porsche 356A cabriolet

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    Ridge Restorations Whit's Avatar
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    Sep 2005
    Paradise, Ca
    Not a current solution but maybe a long term possibility? See thread on the 912BBS here...
    Good luck!
    66' 911 Coupe (Kinda Gone)
    70' 911T Targa (Across the Pond now)
    68' 912 Targa HW(gone but not forgotton)
    67' 912 Coupe (Under construction)

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