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    Part number for this plate??

    Is there a part number for this plate?

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    Any one has 1-3 if NLA?

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    Senior Member moito's Avatar
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    the arrow is pointing to the wrong spot---this thingie goes to the two screws on the rear of the frame...and if i remember correctly bolt size changed early in production so if someone offers you one make sure it is the correct one---will have a look what i`v in stock... hmm `...now i`m not even sure if your car should have it at all--will have a look for reference pictures.

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    You are correct. What was I thinking??

    I can not find the plates while the doors have been taken apart and I didn’t get it from the metal guy.

    Still I would need one for my preS because on that car they definitely went down.

    Other question I posted which you might have missed

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    Ignore the plating, the yellow one (spare) is the early one, but do I need the other hardware too (might be at the painter but can not find it on my pictures).

    Last as a “bonus”. During your restorations did you “spot” these 3 different versions?

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    Thanks

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    i noticed 3 different versions of the flap but the way the cable is secured (center flap) is new to me
    i`m positiv that i do have the wanted hardwear...let you know later this week.
    f.

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    I have the plate you posted in the very first picture. They go on the rear of the door as Moito said. They are NLA.
    72S, 72T now ST

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    I could need one of the nice rubber flaps....mine is deteriorated and the rubber reconstruction is not as precise as I had hoped..

    https://www.912bbs.org/forum/threads...6/#post-467114

    the middle flap is a repair - schraubnippel..

    I can recommend to swap for the reenforced version, since the first version will bend and break...sooner or later..

    btw. the wire part is available at porsche classic parts - 901.571.071.20 - also the wire routing.
    if yours is not bend, I would strongly recommend to replace it, as any deformation of the wire results in a "hard-to-move" in the wire routing -

    honestly: i am hoping Porsche Classic will do the flap..
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    Quote Originally Posted by preS View Post
    You are correct. What was I thinking??

    I can not find the plates while the doors have been taken apart and I didn’t get it from the metal guy.

    Still I would need one for my preS because on that car they definitely went down.

    Other question I posted which you might have missed

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    Ignore the plating, the yellow one (spare) is the early one, but do I need the other hardware too (might be at the painter but can not find it on my pictures).

    Last as a “bonus”. During your restorations did you “spot” these 3 different versions?

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    Thanks

    Richard
    got what you need...

    local pic-up?

    note different typ of nut(hex and square)
    also 3 different versions of the reinforcement plate
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