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    SWB brushed dash alu facias year 66-68

    Repro alu dash facia´s for SWB 911 / 912 one year only 1966, 67, 68

    Been making these for years but my old add must be long gone

    Correct anodised brushed pattern as original

    avalible for all 3 years off production , YES each year had a different ashtray !

    You see the 3 steps of different ashtray covers in the picture
    the big one for 66 the, 3 cm high for 67 and the 2,5 cm high for 68
    they are all bend correct in the edges .. not just a flat piece as the rest sells

    For the vintage audio freaks, I had this material made by a company that was the supplier to Bang & Olufsen radios in the 80´s
    they used the same technic and a very similar papptern

    they are 120 EURO each a set

    shipping to US is 20 EURO
    to Euro lands its 15 EURO

    Paypal or email or questions my paypal / Mail adress is early911parts@gmail.com

    Please be specific what year / ashtray cover you need , only one is included


    They are allways on stock

    but be aware, I am shipping these from DENMARK, be patience on shipping do allow 2 weeks

    IF you are interested I do got these in stock for the purist with following options also

    NO radio - but you still have the ashtray and lighter
    NO ashtray or lighter but hole for the radio is still there
    OR blank no RADIO, ASHTRAY or LIGHTER

    Fyi they are also on stock at SMC , Carpoint etc
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    Marek, are they bonded to the dash or by studs & bolts. Thanks.....cliff
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    hi Cliff

    Just glue , dont know any of the US home depot brands maybe someone can chip in
    At my shop we use a basic 2 component contact adhesive

    glue one side and the dash and carefully press it to the dash

    BE AWARE its only 0.5 mm thin press evenly distributed
    you bend it it will leave a mark

    M
    Last edited by Marek; 12-09-2019 at 12:19 PM.

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    It will be safer and easier to use 3M two sided high strength tape, two strips (top and bottom longitudinally) per piece. You will have a fighting chance of getting the pieces aligned properly before pressing instead of the unforgiving, messy contact cement.

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    Hi jim

    Hmm Yes on a 69-73 dash yes to the 3M thats how it was done
    BUT on these brushed thin alu facia, the 3M tape will leave a gap that will be seen in the glovebox lid
    plus you will see "waves" in the thin alu from the radio , lighter , light bezels

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