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    I am doing some cosmetic work on my 70 911s interior.
    Does anyone know where i can get replacement knobs for the dash?

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    Try Pelican or Tweeks

    Nick Moss - Early 911S #476 - RGruppe #318 -

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    If you're looking for the actual knobs (rubber parts) they are hard to come by and ain't cheap if you have to go to the dealer. I think they were 80ish... You might try some of the dismantlers or Parts Obsolete. PartsHeaven pulled 4 until they got a good knob and I was very pleased.
    70 911E
    R Gruppe #295

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    Blessed be the lowered RickS's Avatar
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    If you will settle for reproductions (gasp!) you might check out Performance or Tweaks.
    71 914 3.0, 82 SC, ESR 376, RG 307

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    but if i want the real thing where should i go.
    The rubber on the reproductions seems not as good?
    I am in the San Fran bay area.

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    I think Stoddards carried em when I was looking.
    70 911E
    R Gruppe #295

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