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    Decklid letters drilling template 67-73

    I would like to call it product of the year , if there was a anual early 911 parts award show :-) joke aside

    I can´t count how many hours we spend drilling holes on the decklid for the PORSCHE script

    Here is after hours and hours of prototyping and printing , what I would say we got a pretty cool thing for workshops

    a Template for the holes for the PORSCHE letters on the decklid

    small instrution incl BUT

    you need a laser leveler , and and 10-12 good small magnets

    place the template which is made of a kind of soft plastic material and laser printed

    and just mark the holes on you decklid and you can use this template over and over again ,

    use the vertical and horisontal guide lines to messure twice using your laser leveler

    place the tabs on the marked points , as we all know the tabs can be a bit off from letter to letter

    dob check , drill ,

    My advice do this before paint ,if you are making a project

    Hope you like it , it saved me allready many hours of work

    we checked serval decklids to make this templates and

    we seen big variation in the width and hight of org decklids

    and also the difference of the taps ,on the back of the letters

    so not saying its 100% spot on to original, but 99.95%

    Pricing 100€ incl postage world wide

    a 65-66 version comming up

    for ordering drop me a mail to

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    Last edited by Marek; 12-05-2022 at 03:26 PM.

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    Senior Member CraigF's Avatar
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    Very cool! Remember as you are designing the '65 - '66 templates, the real early '65s have a wider pin (53 or 56 mm I forget) separation on the 911 emblem.

    SWB, Nothing better....
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    How bout instructions on where/how to place a hood badge? Anybody know if such a thing is out there?

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    hmm maybe I should make one for the hood as well , we see

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    Great job Marek.
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    Senior Member teenchy's Avatar
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    Very nice work, but missing a line below the model designation.

    (a) 1970 911T Sportomatic coupe
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    Senior Member StephenAcworth's Avatar
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    great tool ...
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    does this work for the 1967 lid with the the center post? the one shown is a 1970 and later. Do the screws for the hold down screw onto a 1967 or early 68 lid? If so I will buy one. Thanks chris
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