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    Free: mask from the early 80s

    I have an old school mask (like a bra that lays against the hood) that's been in storage a long time. I only used it a couple of times. I will give it away for the cost to ship

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    private message sent

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    I am not sure what is going on here, but I responded to the. post twice. First, for a friend with an SC who wanted a mask.

    When the ad was clarified to be SWB, I am finalizing restoration of a '68 911 SWT, which could use the mask.

    I wish no I'll for anyone, but it's been several weeks, and I haven't heard a response.

    So, what's going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mshaver51 View Post
    I am not sure what is going on here, but I responded to the. post twice. First, for a friend with an SC who wanted a mask.

    When the ad was clarified to be SWB, I am finalizing restoration of a '68 911 SWT, which could use the mask.

    I wish no I'll for anyone, but it's been several weeks, and I haven't heard a response.

    So, what's going on?
    Hi - I'm sorry if I'm not seeing your responses - I had this on a a '69 so I guess it should work on a '68. My cell is 303-579-0906 - feel free to text me, I'm Bob
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    Bob, I would have thought that with Covid all cars should wear a mask.
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    Just to brings things to a conclusion, I've received the mask and look forward to using it to protect my newly painted #0001. We keep getting frustrated by minutia, but we're making progress.

    Thanks, Bob.

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    These masks can really damage uncured paint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Morris View Post
    These masks can really damage uncured paint.
    Jim, you are correct.

    My wife after a manicure will always say NO for at least 3 days to help protect my hood.
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    I really appreciate the dialogue in Early S.

    So, yes, I'm aware of the potential for paint damage. My car has been out of paint for over a year, and it will not be stored with the mask on.

    Thanks for the advice, though.

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