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    NOS set of door pockets

    Brand new front and rear door pockets.
    NOS purchased back in the 80’s when they still stocked the real deal.
    Part numbers are still on the bags.
    Just one front pocket has been removed from original plastic bag.
    I don’t see any reason to open the others at this point.
    Since I have to set a price it is high at $8000. For the set plus shipping and insurance from Sheridan, Wyoming 82801.
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    I personally prefer lightweight door panels and no pockets.

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    Hmmmmm, you get one choice sport seats or door pockets?
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    Apples and oranges

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    I agree be a better deal with the ebay set��
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    1972 2.5ST Coupe LHD Replica
    1972 2.4T/E Coupe LHD US delivered 68,000 miles from new
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    I can remember when those were still available in the early 2000’s. I think I found 6-7 sets. So clever John bought them all, right?

    Home from my two week camping trip today. And I have a small mountain of restorations in the queue.

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    This set was purchased in the early 80’s.
    The bill was less than $600. With shipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2.2S View Post
    This set was purchased in the early 80’s.
    The bill was less than $600. With shipping
    Wow, that makes people feel really great about paying $8,000 or anywhere near it ! Great, pitch perfect marketing. Thanks.

    -Allen-
    Last edited by Allen Henderson; 08-01-2020 at 08:38 AM.

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    I’ve seen postage stamps sell for millions; and they had a defect! I paid 600.00 for a set of flips & they are not exactly nos as advertised. I’m ok with them.
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    What’s even better is I traded a GTI race car that I had nothing in for a complete 73 911E and he threw this extra box of door pockets that he bought and never installed plus his leather sport seats removed years earlier. This deal I made over 25 years ago. Guess I should just give them away right Allen?

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