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    Exhaust Pipe Delete Plates

    I have a friend who is an old world metal worker, a true craftsman. He is currently working on a stunning Ď73 RS and recently custom made a piece that impressed me no end. Iím not sure what the official name is but itís the piece that fills in the niche cut in the bottom of the rear bumper for an exhaust pipe. Here are a couple of pictures of what my friend fabricated:

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    I told him there may be a market for these and said he said he would be interested in making a few if there is any interest.

    Anyone interested?

    Anyone have an idea what a fair enthusiast price would be?

    Thanks,
    John
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    I'm in! I would say $120-$150 per unit?
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    I would be interested in a set as well.
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    I’d be interested too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polaris View Post
    I would be interested in a set as well.
    A set?


    Nice work. R Gruppe signature piece.

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    I'm digging it. I'd be in for one.
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    Please keep me posted, I’d be up for one or two.
    looking for 1972 911t motor XR584, S/N 6121622

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    Wow, looks VERY well done.

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    I would buy one.
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