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    67-S engine grill - can this be repaired?

    I believe this grill is from a 67-S (happy to receive other information if I am wrong), and I would like to replace a few missing pieces if possible. It is missing one of the vertical rods with securing nuts on either end, and the stud assembly pieces that secure it to the engine lid..most are broken, some are missing. I don't have a PORSCHE parts book for this piece. I suppose the pieces I am looking for are NLA, so if someone has a 'parts' grill and can supply what I need that would be great. Thank you.
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    Senior Member Fubawu's Avatar
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    you could just buy my 67S grille in the FS section. Other than that you could make that piece, wouldn't take much work.

    Edit looking at it now, it might be a PITA to make lol
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    OK, I have to ask,,,

    What makes either of the grills mentioned an 'S' grill? Because I suspect, nothing,,,,,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by 70SATMan View Post
    OK, I have to ask,,,

    What makes either of the grills mentioned an 'S' grill? Because I suspect, nothing,,,,,,
    good point! I suspect the S grille adds a little HP, is more aerodynamic, lighter....
    911 1967S 308470
    [B]911 1965 301946 Irish Green
    [B]911 1965 302962 Polo Red
    911 1965 300760 White SOLD
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    Look for me at a track near you!
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    can offer you these parts grill for 90 €.

    regards

    uwe

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    I attached the relevant PET section for your records.

    Erich Wilms makes the broken T-bolt in your photograph.

    Erich's eBay Listing

    I can sell you some of the aluminum nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubawu View Post
    good point! I suspect the S grille adds a little HP, is more aerodynamic, lighter....
    Porsche should have made Ess specific grills,,, That would have been cool and I'm still looking for that 70S version on the white brochure, hahaha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by recarno View Post
    can offer you these parts grill for 90 €.

    regards

    uwe

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    Obviously a '67 Normal grill.
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    maximum a normal grill :-)

    are just the rest parts of the action from 2 make 1 for my 911L.

    regards

    uwe

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