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    RS ducktail alloy replica

    Does anyone make a good RS replica tail in alloy?
    Clyde Boyer





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    I bought mine from Aase and it had an aluminum frame and fit beautifully. Your mileage may vary though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOYER73S View Post
    Does anyone make a good RS replica tail in alloy?
    I’ve been very pleased with everything I’ve bought from these guys.

    https://www.stuttgart-classica.com/b...ramed-ducktail
    looking for 1972 911t motor XR584, S/N 6121622

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