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Thread: WTB: 915 5 Speed Bakelite shift knob

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    WTB: 915 5 Speed Bakelite shift knob

    Looking for a 915 5 speed bakelite shift knob w/o cracks on the top.
    Thanks

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    Is this for you own? What year car?
    Mike Fitton # 2071
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    Yes, for my 72 T. Restoration is almost complete but I am missing a good shift knob.

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    I have one. Only a small crack on the bottom.

    You know my number. Just call

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    Dirk, pm me your phone nr again pls, cant find it.

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    I have one, no cracks or crazing but missing a little of the silver border.
    Mike Fitton # 2071
    2018 911S Carrera White
    2012 991 Platinum Silver ( Gone)
    1971 911T Targa Bahia Red (Gone to France)
    1995 911 Carrera Polar Silver (Gone)

    No Affiliation with City of Chicago!

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