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    Sometimes you realize that an early car died early

    Last year I bought this lot from Cornpanzer.

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    Today I was cleaning and sorting things out and then I spotted two things that were stuck on the glovebox strap.

    1. The very rare and unique to early cars glove box lid buffers
    2. The condition of the parts. That early car must have been parted in its early days of existence

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    Anyone knows till when the early buffers were used which I think are NLA?

    Thanks Dave for listing these parts.

    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    Senior Member StephenAcworth's Avatar
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    I need the magnet and buffers if anyone knows where I can find them!
    1966 911 Coupe - Slate Grey - 304598 - still in restoration!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenAcworth View Post
    I need the magnet and buffers if anyone knows where I can find them!
    Actually that was the moral, sometimes you find them (the buffers) where you least expect them.
    Good luck with your search.

    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    Senior Member haul's Avatar
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    congrats Richard
    on this find…
    the replacement buffers from a 356C should do their job..
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