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    Smile "NOS" early 911 cigar lighter (red or white flag)

    Very nice cigar lighter including lighter and socket. Offered with new rubber knob and red or white symbols. Price is $250 for red symbol and $200 for white symbol. Should fit 1965-73. Price is $125 and $115 for lighter alone, respectively. Prices include shipping. More pictures available on Pelican Parts classifieds. I take Paypal at pkg911porsche@aol.com. Thank you for looking. Peter
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    Last edited by pkg911; 02-17-2018 at 07:17 AM.

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    Apparently it is "PC" to suggest these are cigar lighters.

    (This isn't the 1st instance I've seen with the "Cigar" lighter reference.)

    "Cigarette Lighter". (70-73 PET)

    (22) 901 652 102 01 Cigarette Lighter
    (18) Cap with symbol for cigarette lighter

    Anyhow; good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sithot View Post
    Apparently it is "PC" to suggest these are cigar lighters.

    (This isn't the 1st instance I've seen with the "Cigar" lighter reference.)

    "Cigarette Lighter". (70-73 PET)

    (22) 901 652 102 01 Cigarette Lighter
    (18) Cap with symbol for cigarette lighter

    Anyhow; good luck!
    +1 that would not light my 60 ring cigar!
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    Thanks for the nice illustrations. The red flame symbol seems to be rarer than the white. Do you know what years it was used? Peter

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    Hi, I believe the red flame was on 68 and 69 only.

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    Yes, this is from a 68” Karmann 912.
    Non filter cig! Actually thought there is a yellow flame? ------>>>> (nope that was a yellow fog light switch) instead of red ?.....cliff
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