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    FS: LWB heater control units

    P/N 911.613.111.00
    $85 shipped in conUS/ea (2 available)

    The brown wire of one has the female spade connector broken. Easy, cheap fix for you. Knobs available new and are inexpensive. Faces will have to be repainted and the downward pointing arrows on the left are missing from each unit for some reason.

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    Bill G.

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    forgot about these...bump.
    Bill G.

    1968 911 Ossi Blue coupe...full restoration in process
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    In progress: electrical; the tedious, endless, horrible fastener sorting/plating
    EarlyS #718 | RGruppe #437

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    bump.......
    Bill G.

    1968 911 Ossi Blue coupe...full restoration in process
    Done: Engine; transmission; suspension; gauges; wheels; rust repair & primer; brakes; paint
    In progress: electrical; the tedious, endless, horrible fastener sorting/plating
    EarlyS #718 | RGruppe #437

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    Howdy - Would you have the chrome surround to go with control unit?
    Also postage to Australia, Victoria 3023 please
    Thanks
    PK

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    PK, sent email.

    And, yes, I have a chrome surround somewhere. I'll look for it and post a pic.
    Bill G.

    1968 911 Ossi Blue coupe...full restoration in process
    Done: Engine; transmission; suspension; gauges; wheels; rust repair & primer; brakes; paint
    In progress: electrical; the tedious, endless, horrible fastener sorting/plating
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    Hi there Bill,
    Nothing received
    Maybe try my personal one: pkougias@iinet.net.au
    Thanks again
    Peter

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