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Thread: WTB: usable original parts

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    Senior Member dirk07's Avatar
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    Stuttgart, Germany

    WTB: usable original parts

    *Small pieces*:
    pair 72 stabilo lid damper
    2 fan belt Phoenix 1971
    clamp MFI air hose 57-74mm
    short bracket on back of US radio
    distancer beetween faceplate and Blaupunkt radio
    Spiral cabel from the floor that goes to the seat indicator for the seat belt sign
    emission tank metall piece on back of headlight cowl
    72 US ignition point labels on alternator strap
    73 US ignition point labels on alternator strap

    400mm steering wheel 8-10/71
    4 spacer for door seal
    72/73 velour carpet for left front corner with pocket
    Scheel 400 or 401 passenger seat
    seat hing black 72/73 driver outside/left
    1971 ROW belly belt part of static belt with good label
    beige/cinnamon seat covers for S Seats 72/73 back or spares
    72/73 beige/cinnamon Targa rear quarter covers
    Brown 72/73 Targa carpet
    Brown 72/73 driver floormat coupe and Tunnel mat for 72 915 shifter
    wooden piece of LWB trunk carpet
    plastic for headrest to seat brown

    speedo km/h 8-10/71 found
    black coil 129 9/71 dated
    HKZ CDI 125-127 stamped
    battery straps upper part only
    2 ground cable engine hood found
    vgc early left US taillight housing
    1 original yellow H1 headlight lense

    1971 Acessories
    1972 Emmison Manual Date before 8/71
    1973 Emmison Manual Date before 8/72
    1973 Audi Porsche Specification price list 8/72

    Larger parts
    Ducktail Alu Frame
    Heigo Cage -73 no sunroof coupe
    Windshield clear -73 sigla

    Last edited by dirk07; 11-26-2021 at 09:44 AM.

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    aka techweenie Eminence Gris's Avatar
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    West Los Angeles
    I have the speedo. Date stamp is illegible but it is the correct one.
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    My parts fetcher: 2014 Tesla S | My 'other car' 2004 Turbo | Currently building: 73 RSR tribute

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eminence Gris View Post
    I have the speedo. Date stamp is illegible but it is the correct one.
    ... and Dirk, your car will have less than 42000 km from new ... ;-)

    Jon B.
    Vista, CA

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