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    S rocker trim

    Looking for opinions regarding the reproduction S rocker trim offered by Stoddards among others.

    Does the rubber trim fit well? Any fit issues. Ect.?

    Iíve got a set of side script on the car ATM, but looking at going back to stock, at $490 each for Porsche trim, trying to work out my options.

    I noted that the end caps donít fit well, and Iíve already been through that issue with the bumper end caps a few years back.
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    Buy the Porsche ones, they fit.
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    Agree with buying the Porsche versionÖ..
    Be careful with the rubber insert as originals had a tapered end ..
    As I recall you will need to trim to match that detail.
    Verify with others for comments

    Also if you search a few Porsche dealers on line using part # 901 559 105 53 ( not sure if R or L)
    Each dealer offers different discounts Ö..this one was $327 @ byers porsche in Ohio
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    Quote Originally Posted by 71gold View Post
    Agree with buying the Porsche version…..
    Be careful with the rubber insert as originals had a tapered end ..
    As I recall you will need to trim to match that detail.
    Verify with others for comments

    Also if you search a few Porsche dealers on line using part # 901 559 105 53 ( not sure if R or L)
    Each dealer offers different discounts …..this one was $327 @ byers porsche in Ohio
    Thanks for the heads up on price difference
    Tony

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    $316 at Circle Porsche on line in Long Beach, Ca.
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    Bob,

    How did you get that price from Circle Porsche. I can’t seem to get parts prior to 85 listed, and a PN won’t work?
    Last edited by classic; 11-26-2022 at 02:08 AM.
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    When you google circle porsche you need to add “parts” for their online version.
    Just checked and its price was $316 , great buy

    Also location will be important for shipping ….obviously closer to you is best.
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    Thanks guys…..it needed the dashes, or dots for their search engine to work….

    If only I still flew to LA every other week, as they only ship within the USA …..thanks Covid ��
    Last edited by classic; 11-26-2022 at 01:35 PM.
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    Yes, you need to know the part number and put dashes in the number. If you are picking the part up in Long Beach, they charge you $5. Just picked up the front oil cooler for my '69S, $1,462. Out the door, about $1.620.
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    Last edited by SIMI BOB; 11-26-2022 at 11:51 PM.

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    Thanks Bob,

    Yeah I had all the part numbers, just omitted the dashes
    Tony

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