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Thread: FS: @eBay - mixed lot of porsche panels

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    Senior Member Cliff's Avatar
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    FS: @eBay - mixed lot of porsche panels

    To err is human; to blame it on someone else is more human...

    "You must always strive to be the best, but you must never believe that you are."
    —Juan Manuel Fangio[48]

    ”What would PORSCHE do”

    67 911 de Luxe, 356 B silver metallic / brown interior, ( buck skin really ) 67 PORSCHE [ built ] 912, Crystal blue, black interior, 72 T, Silver metallic/black interior, appearance group,factory AC.

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    Are we sure they are 60's panels?

    I'm not an expert in such things, and I'm not in the market for these, but does the evidence suggest that they are "60's" panels?

    The door handles appear to be trigger-type, and the door glass has the stationery wing window. Plus, on the fenders, the turn signal buckets (or lack thereof) suggests early-mid 70's to me.

    Not a criticism. Just a question.

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    Senior Member Bill Simmeth's Avatar
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    Virginia's Blue Ridge
    The white door is 60s.

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