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    1970's Porsche interior codes list

    Hello

    Does a list excist so we can decode the interior codes on 70's 911s, lots of cars has interior codes listed post kardex as an example 11, 31,12,66,32 it's always a 2 digit number, how do we decode them?

    huge thanks

    regards Thomas

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    I don’t know if they changed these each model year as interior changed but I know the two digit code meaning for model year 73 assuming we are referring to the same thing. There are of course the maroon interior binders that from memory contents show codes for the swatches etc too. Haven’t looked inside my old binder that covers the 70s for some time so can’t recall details.

    Steve

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