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    air bottle decal

    Does anyone have an example of the decal that was on the red air filler bottle in '73? (for the collapsable spare tyre).

    Thanks for any info where to find this info.

    Tom

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    Thanks George. Better than nothing! Will take a look if I can make a "copy". Is it a paper decal? And could you give an estimate size?

    Funny thing is I came across other filler bottles from the same company, but they were from '75 Opels.. (and of course with Opel decals on them...)

    Thanks
    Tom

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    Perhaps I can save you folks a bit of work...... Not many people know this,,, but you can still get the pressurized bottles from the dealer......Let me know if you need a part #...... But if your trying to restore the original bottle from your car with proper date stamp,,,, i'll try to included a pic of a perfect label for your reference.....
    Regards, Robert.....
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    Part number is always nice to have as reference. It seems the number is on the PET CD, but our importer said Porsche stopped because it was a ridiculous idea in the first place (costs more than revenue).

    Thanks
    Tom

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    Unless your dealer can confirm it's NLA, I wouldn't rely on his opinion.....Part# 91136151101 A recent purchase from a USA dealer cost $175.

    Robert....

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    air bottle decal

    Indeed, he SAYS it's NLA. But I wonder if it's because he doesn't know the bottle or if it is because it really is NLA.
    Will check it in other country (Germany).
    Tom

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    Yep, same in Germany. NLA...

    Tom

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    I'll check with my dealer again... I'll let you know tommorrow. Funny how things are starting to become NLA over-night.
    Robert.........

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