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    1973 911 T Dash Excellent Cond.

    Very nice replacement dash from a 73 T. A speaker is also included. $500 + shipping
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    Last edited by mwg968; 11-28-2021 at 02:39 PM. Reason: New info provided by members

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    more pics of speaker
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    That is not an original '73 dash , but it is a later period Porsche replacement .

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    And that speaker is also not correct.
    If we're not members, why does the ESR write off our dues as member dues on their tax returns?

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    Richy,
    That is not an original '73 dash , but it is a later period Porsche replacement .
    how does one tell?
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    I have a friend with this same dash in his 1974.
    He must have replaced his original, because of the common cracks.
    So he gets the Porsche 'improved design' dash.
    I wonder what years these were available?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott A View Post
    I have a friend with this same dash in his 1974.
    He must have replaced his original, because of the common cracks.
    So he gets the Porsche 'improved design' dash.
    I wonder what years these were available?
    I always heard these factory-replacement one piece dashes came out in 1979. But cannot independently confirm.
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    I have one the same in my car, installed early 80's. I think Frank Beck mentioned what model they were used on a while back.
    Solve the speaker warpage problem.
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    They weren't used on any model. They were replacement dash pads intended for all 69-75 dash pads and only available from dealer parts departments.
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    Thanks for all the useful info. I made some changes to the post and lowered the price.

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