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    Partial Toolkit & Various Other Tools

    Here is what I have:

    1973 Toolkit missing Boxend wrench & Screwdrivers. Otherwise complete although the wrenches are Selected Special Steel. $650

    17/19 DFS #1
    $150 SOLD

    17/19 DFS #2
    $100 SOLD

    17/19 SSS
    $65 SOLD

    14/15 DFS #1
    $25 SOLD

    14/15 DFS #2
    $40 SOLD

    14/15 SSS
    $25 SOLD

    10/11 DFS #1
    $40 SOLD

    10/11 DFS #2
    $25 SOLD

    8/9 DFS
    $35 SOLD

    Sunroof Tool
    $125 SOLD

    Neat MotoMeter tire pressure gage w/ crest
    $100 SOLD

    19mm Lug Wrench (pretty rough)
    $50

    Linen Tool Bag
    $250 SOLD
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    The open end wrenches in the LWB tool kit looked like SSS wrenches to me. If they are Selected Special Steel wrenches they are not correct for the tool kit. GLWS.

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    Yes, they are SSS. It was my understanding that the kits had SSS wrenches towards the end of '73. Please correct me if i am wrong.

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    I'll take the 8/9 DFS wrench if it's still available.
    1970 911E Coupe

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    Ok. I will message you with payment details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by METAVINYL View Post
    Yes, they are SSS. It was my understanding that the kits had SSS wrenches towards the end of '73. Please correct me if i am wrong.
    That is correct, SSS wrenches came out around mid 1973, you could see a 1973.5 tool kit with an SSS wrench set. The tool kit you are offering is for late 1969 through early 1973 models. I have seen tools mixed from one year tool kit to another when delivered, but never seen an unaltered LWB tool kit with SSS wrenches.

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    this set came from 9113100782
    mix-n-match DFS & SSS
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    84102 purchased in '85 FINALLY started driving it (2/2015)
    '73 911T original paint sunroof coupe waiting in the wings
    3 gauge Holbert 912... now for something completely different
    1940 Mercury town sedan

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    Some price adjustments and I still have the following:

    1973 Toolkit missing Boxend wrench & Screwdrivers. Otherwise complete although the wrenches are Selected Special Steel. $600 shipped.

    17/19 SSS
    $65

    14/15 SSS
    $25

    Sunroof Tool
    $110

    Neat MotoMeter tire pressure gage w/ crest
    $125

    19mm Lug Wrench (pretty rough)
    $50
    Last edited by METAVINYL; 12-06-2020 at 07:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by typ901 View Post
    this set came from 9113100782
    mix-n-match DFS & SSS
    That is correct, you could have a mix of SSS and DFS wrenches for tool kits starting 1973.5. I have seen the mix of DFS and SSS up to late 70's tool kits, not all tool kits would have them though. Those 1973.5+ DFS wrenches do not have milled ends like the SWB/LWB wrenches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozbeycem View Post
    That is correct, you could have a mix of SSS and DFS wrenches for tool kits starting 1973.5. I have seen the mix of DFS and SSS up to late 70's tool kits, not all tool kits would have them though. Those 1973.5+ DFS wrenches do not have milled ends like the SWB/LWB wrenches.
    understood, Cem... that would be conventional wisdom. my car came from the second owner who never drove the car much (nice 100K example) the only thing missing from the, otherwise complete, tool kit was the screwdriver. where would "0782" fit in the '73 MY production ?
    84102 purchased in '85 FINALLY started driving it (2/2015)
    '73 911T original paint sunroof coupe waiting in the wings
    3 gauge Holbert 912... now for something completely different
    1940 Mercury town sedan

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