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Thread: FS: 5-bar engine lid grill, re-anodized black

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    FS: 5-bar engine lid grill, re-anodized black

    I took this grill all apart for re-anodizing. Perfectionists, stop reading now!

    During disassembly, most of the slats got slightly bent (I may not be doing this sort of work again!). I have straightened the slats as best as I could without a fixture. This is Not a concours piece! It looks great from 10 feet, from 2 feet it is easy to identify some waviness in the slats. From 10 feet, it looks way better than a grill with faded out anodizing. $425 shipped in the CONUS.

    - Rob
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    Ambitious work! What did you use for the rivets?

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    Dave -

    I just sourced them (aluminum) with the help of my friend google. I tried a bag of hollow ones, but ended up using the solid ones, since they just seemed to be more effective, and easier to deform.

    - Rob

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    Google wasn't so kind to me. I bought the hollow ones. Have any spares to sell? I need 6.

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    Sure thing, Dave, I'll fix you up - email me off line. I think you may need more than 6, though!

    - Rob

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    $300 shipped . . .

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    Senior Member 911kiwi's Avatar
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    Got real excited for an minute, but realized my friend needs a silver one. Will keep this in mind though!
    1972 911S
    1967 912
    1959 356A Conv D
    Early S Registry # 306

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    $275 shipped . . .

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    Going down! $250 shipped . . .

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    $225 shipped!

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