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    NOS left bosch turn signal housing 69-73 euro spec

    Here for sale a NOS left bosch turn signal housing 69-73 euro spec

    Never mounted with NOS wiring, gasket, screws and rubber spacers.

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    850€ + shipping from Bordeaux FRANCE

    Paypal and worlwide shipping available

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    I believe the euro spec. ones for 911 72-73 had white reflectors, not silver. An exemption might be for the cars delivered to Italy. Someone, please correct me if I am wrong.
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    I think you are indeed,,,

    wrong.
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    The internal matt finish means it's Italian spec. (Euro non-Italian had shining silvery insides)

    White reflectors were only for the rear European lights.
    Last edited by blue72s; 09-12-2022 at 07:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue72s View Post
    The internal matt finish means it's Italian spec. (Euro non-Italian had shining silvery insides)

    ,,,,.
    Well that's a twist on the convo and something I'd never heard of..

    J-R, how about a close picture of the Bosch tag and the bulb sockets??? It's a later casting but, might tell us a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 70SATMan View Post
    I think you are indeed,,,

    wrong.
    Sorry but I believe you are wrong. I own a 911E 2.4 produced 09/1972 (MY 1973) first delivery Switzerland and the left turn signal housing is in a terrible state, with rusted spots and screw holes affected by rust, so I had to use thicker and different size screws in order to keep the lenses attached. It looks very original and is WHITE inside. The white cable is there like the one in the photo here. I dear not to take off the lenses again to take a photo but what I saw when I replaced the lenses is what I quote here. The right one looks completely different, it is in a very nice state, does not look old but it has shiny silvery inside. So I had always this puzzle bothering me about what is the inside coloring scheme status of the turn signal lenses for 72-73 MY.
    1973 911E Light Ivory

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    Quote Originally Posted by 70SATMan View Post
    Well that's a twist on the convo and something I'd never heard of..

    J-R, how about a close picture of the Bosch tag and the bulb sockets??? It's a later casting but, might tell us a bit.
    Here they are:

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    901 631 40105 Italy.jpg

    This one is meant for Italy only -72
    We are now left with shiny silver vs white interior. Perhaps both have been used in various time periods 68-73. Who knows for sure to tell us? I have an early MY73 911 2.4E having a left front housing in white and in a very bad state and a much better state right front housing in shiny silver!! The left one seems to me to have 50 years on its back. The right one looks like a recent (20 years) replacement.
    Kyriakos
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    [QUOTE=kyriakos73;1133929]901 631 40105 Italy.jpg

    This one is meant for Italy only -72

    If you are italian or in a relationship with an italian car, this is your chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyriakos73 View Post
    Sorry but I believe you are wrong. I own a 911E 2.4 produced 09/1972 (MY 1973) first delivery Switzerland and the left turn signal housing is in a terrible state, with rusted spots and screw holes affected by rust, so I had to use thicker and different size screws in order to keep the lenses attached. It looks very original and is WHITE inside. The white cable is there like the one in the photo here. I dear not to take off the lenses again to take a photo but what I saw when I replaced the lenses is what I quote here. The right one looks completely different, it is in a very nice state, does not look old but it has shiny silvery inside. So I had always this puzzle bothering me about what is the inside coloring scheme status of the turn signal lenses for 72-73 MY.
    Free bump

    Would love to see some pics because of all the buckets I've had, the only ones that had any traces of white also had silvering and the silvering had worn away. What color were the seals? The original light grey/tan or the later black?
    Also, of all the Euro that had the additional little plastic reflector behind the little running light bulb, they were all silver and that included on original RS.

    I'll have access to my original books tonight to see if I can jog my memory whether Porsche defined specific part numbers for the signals that were different than the rest of Euro (non Italy).

    I've also seen the silver plating go dull from oxidation so, assume that would be more likely for the Italian signal for sale here than it being part of the Italian Spec.
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