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    Senior Member levrairoms's Avatar
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    Lietz targa ski rack

    I have just sourced this set of NOS Lietz targa ski rack. They were still in their original paper and have never been installed.
    From what I found, these were produced by Lietz in the 70's under the authority of Porsche and sold directly in the Porsche dealers.
    Does anyone have more information about these ski racks?
    I don't know if there was an installation manual with it, I have 4 screws, 2 pads and an allen wrench.
    I plan on installation them on my 73 targa to go to Le Mans Classic in two weeks.
    Installation seems quite easy, but I don't want to damage anything.

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    Last edited by levrairoms; 06-15-2023 at 03:57 AM.
    1973 2.4E Targa
    1974 2.7 Carrera US
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    Senior Member haul's Avatar
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    …or maybe made by KaRo…..

    see you in LeMans..
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    What a great find, congrats! Perhaps try asking user dirk07 he’s had quite a few of these.

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