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    Red face refurbished early 911 fog light switch 1965-73 one and two stage

    I have several early single and dual fog light switches that have been refurbished by replacing the rubber knob caps and symbols and the rear bulb and socket where necessary. These fit 1969-1973 911 Porsche cars and I have some earlier ones also. The thicker body one is a two stage pull and twist dual front and back fog light switch. It has a 914 number but is listed as equivalent to a 911 numbered part. They come with either black or chrome bezels. The pricing is $250 for the single stage and $350 for the dual stage. Chrome bezels are $25 extra. Shipping is $8 by USPS Priority Mail in CONUS. I take Paypal at pkg911porsche@aol.com. Buyer pays any related Paypal fees. If you have questions, contact me at pgeorge911@aol.com. Thanks for looking and I sell fog and driving lights also. Peter




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    It looks like all your switches have the big soft rubber knob for the 1968 and subsequent cars; as I recall, the earlier 1965 - 1967 cars had a smaller hard plastic knob.

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    Trade a couple of early one stage switches against light switches?
    '67 912 Sunroof, Light Ivory
    '67 912 SWTarga, Signal Red
    X: 67 911 Coupe + 67S Targa, 912, 924, 944, 928, 356

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    And underneath the rubber is .. ?


    (Ps The hard plastic)

    (Pps ROW cars didn’t have the rubber fitted on top)
    Paul

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    Hi Raycer911,
    That hard plastic knob is under the rubber cover. $10 off without rubber cover. I take Paypal at pkg911porsche@aol.com. Shipping is $8.00. Buyer sends to family or friends or add 3%. Let me know if you are interested and what type of bezel black or chrome (add $25). Thanks for inquiring. Peter

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    switch trade.

    Hi,
    Thanks for inquiring. What do you have in mind? Please send pictures of the switches to pgeorge911@aol.com. I will send light switch pictures back to you. Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycer911 View Post
    It looks like all your switches have the big soft rubber knob for the 1968 and subsequent cars; as I recall, the earlier 1965 - 1967 cars had a smaller hard plastic knob.
    From my early '65....

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    SWB, Nothing better....
    CraigF #2695

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkg911 View Post
    Hi,
    Thanks for inquiring. What do you have in mind? Please send pictures of the switches to pgeorge911@aol.com. I will send light switch pictures back to you. Peter
    Email with pictures sent
    '67 912 Sunroof, Light Ivory
    '67 912 SWTarga, Signal Red
    X: 67 911 Coupe + 67S Targa, 912, 924, 944, 928, 356

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigF View Post
    From my early '65....

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    Wonderful! What is the second switch for?
    '67 912 Sunroof, Light Ivory
    '67 912 SWTarga, Signal Red
    X: 67 911 Coupe + 67S Targa, 912, 924, 944, 928, 356

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