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Thread: WTB: '65-'67 Rear Engine Tin

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    WTB: '65-'67 Rear Engine Tin

    I'm looking for a 1965-1967 rear engine tin in unmolested condition. It has to have the depressed area on the driver side like the photo below. Send me a PM if you have one.

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    JEFF BRINTON
    ESR #1572
    1968 911N
    1974 914 2.0L
    2008 987 Cayman
    SOLD - 1967 911N / 1968 911L / 1967 911N / 1969 912 / 1991 964 C2 / 2013 991.1

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    There are 3 versions with the depressed area.
    Which engine carrier do you have?

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    Quote Originally Posted by preS View Post
    There are 3 versions with the depressed area.
    Which engine carrier do you have?

    Richard
    Good question.....the one that is currently in the car is identical to the photo that I posted. Mine was modified and cut for a dealer installed A/C system. I since removed the A/C and would like to replace the panel. It's for my '68 911 aluminum case that doesn't have the smog pump.
    JEFF BRINTON
    ESR #1572
    1968 911N
    1974 914 2.0L
    2008 987 Cayman
    SOLD - 1967 911N / 1968 911L / 1967 911N / 1969 912 / 1991 964 C2 / 2013 991.1

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    I donít recall exactly, but the hole pattern differs.
    Since you have a 68 you most likely have the later (boxed) engine carrier.

    Richard
    searching for engine (case) 903742

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    Bump....to the top.
    JEFF BRINTON
    ESR #1572
    1968 911N
    1974 914 2.0L
    2008 987 Cayman
    SOLD - 1967 911N / 1968 911L / 1967 911N / 1969 912 / 1991 964 C2 / 2013 991.1

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    No aff. but is this the one you need?

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/166216414814

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse-911E 1969 View Post
    No aff. but is this the one you need?

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/166216414814
    Yes, that's the one....I was hoping not to spend $1,200.00 though....
    JEFF BRINTON
    ESR #1572
    1968 911N
    1974 914 2.0L
    2008 987 Cayman
    SOLD - 1967 911N / 1968 911L / 1967 911N / 1969 912 / 1991 964 C2 / 2013 991.1

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    That I understand :-)

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    $1200! Damn.
    1968 911L Coupe - Golden Green
    1971 911S Coupe - Gemini Blue
    1973 911S Targa - Signal Yellow
    1974 914 2.3 - Sunflower Yellow

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    I have one in in solid condition but will need paint or powder coat. I’m on the road but can send photos this weekend
    Alex in Virginia


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