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    Smile restoration byproduct-1972 911 knee pads

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    I am restoring a 1972 911S Porsche to concourse condition and am replacing a very nice knee pad with an new OEM part. This one does not have any cracks or dents. It does have some drilled holes on the bottom which are out of sight. I would rank it a 8 out of 10. Everything is there including the fastening studs and the required nuts. I am asking $300 + shipping(TBD). If you would like some more close-up pictures, tell me what you want and I will send it. You can contact me at pgeorge911@aol.com with questions. I am located in Minneapolis, MN. Thanks for looking and hope to hear from you.
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    Last edited by pkg911; 08-01-2021 at 07:00 AM.

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    Sorry, but your picture quality is 2 out of 10.
    With better pictures you have much more chance to find a buyer. Good kneepads are hard to find. GLWS

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    That would be sold immediately with better pictures
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    PM sent, yesterday.

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    One of them looks like it has been bent bigtime but again hard to tell in the poor pictures
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    Anyone got an answer from the seller?
    Even a "sorry, sold" would be nicer than radio silence....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeK View Post
    Anyone got an answer from the seller?
    Even a "sorry, sold" would be nicer than radio silence....
    The ad says "sold"

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