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    accessory / aftermarket interior trim on rocker panel

    Hello,

    who has/had the aluminum interior trim on the rocker panel? I guess its an aftermarket part....

    I have it ... and I have seen it on many other SWB cars... whats the story behind (brand/year)? Does anybody know something about it?
    My car is an US-car from 1968. It had these trims as well as an amco shift knob (like the other examples attached)

    Best regards

    Philipp

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    I was always of the belief that the Ali Rocker covers were a US Dealer installed option but I may be off the mark on this.

    Mark

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    This is engine turned metal made by Ernie Haneline in the 50's through the 70's. It was not a factory Porsche part.

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    Some very interesting 356's and 911's still wear this period after market trim...

    The ex-Otis Chandler / Bata Mataja beautiful silver '73 911S had the full complement.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arbee View Post
    This is engine turned metal made by Ernie Haneline in the 50's through the 70's. It was not a factory Porsche part.
    Thank you for this information! ... and the company still exists! So it's an authentic part of hot rod history!

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    kick/scuff protectors

    I have a set of these "kick/scuff protectors" somewhere and I believe they are "engine turned Stainless Steel"...not a very high grade of Stainless...probably 304 or similar..."Aluminium" would probably be scuffed-up in a minnitt!...
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