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    Looking for Photos: Original interior red synthetic leather 1970 911e

    Hello, I have a april 1970 911e with red synthetic leather I want to do the Original red Interior because now is all black. I am looking for original 1970 red synthetic interior photos!!.

    I have diferent photos i get here,
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    and another
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    I have to use the basket weave in red? or a plane red vinyl?

    Use red basket weave in the dash? or black one or red plane?


    the firth photo is a radical red (original?) and the second is a normal red? someone have the original red color interior?
    Thanks
    Last edited by trevi1; 08-05-2023 at 01:14 PM.

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    The problem there is that those two different colors could be the same exact color. Pictures online are terrible. You should try Autos International and see if they still have the correct color and materials.

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    First pic is from a 2.4l, the fabric on both seats and door panels is not as w 70/71 2.2l…and dash top and lower dash bar is always black, never red (dito on door panel box)…wrong.
    second pic has missing door panel elements and loudspeakers wrong too, so these are bad references and dont serve your cause..get some good research on this forum to know how proper 2.2l look.
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    Probably best of you find and look in a 70/71 brochure.

    Current long term ownership: 63 Cab, 71 911, 74 914

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott A View Post
    Probably best of you find and look in a 70/71 brochure.
    I dont fount that..

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    May be my car is something like that (but red) I only need the information about the carpet? red? black?

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    Last edited by nickb4; 09-03-2023 at 01:58 PM. Reason: added additional links

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    For 1970.
    Red leather - smooth door panels
    Red vinyl - Basketweave
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    Here is a red 1969, from a brochure showing what was possible in 1969, with the new model doors, etc,
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    There are more brochures out there with more photos.
    Last edited by Scott A; 08-26-2023 at 11:31 AM.

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    I have 2 options:

    Number 1 (brochure)
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    Number 2: Forum Photo:
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    the diference is the Carpet, Red or black?

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