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    FS: 912 Toolkit, original

    I have a toolkit that looks pretty much all complete except air pressure gauge and glycerine

    Tools are all original as far as I can tell. There is a bit of edgin on the generator wrench from using it to hit something and the bag has a small area that the stitching has come loose. Easily fixed. Over all this is a great condition drivers quality toolkit.

    Asking $1500 delivered in Conus.

    paypal ok (as Friends and Family or buyer pays fee)

    ask any questions you may have or for additional pictures.

    Text me with questions 310 406 five seven one nine
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    When did this become the early 912 registry ?
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    Many 911 enthusiasts own 912's as well. Most of the tools are cross compatible BUT, if this post offends!?!? I'll remove it. No problem maverick.

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    I sort of hijacked my own ad. I was laughing at the post.

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    bump

    informed that lug nut wrench is original 69' straight end, original 68' would have a bent end.

    reduced price $1500.00
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    Bump, nice mostly complete 912 toolkit
    $1500 shipped
    PP ok with Friends&Family

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    I think the bag is '69 as well. the 10 000 volt 'drivers would be (early) LWB and therefore I don't believe this would have had an air guage.
    the glycerine bottle is not part of the tool kit.
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