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Thread: FS: 1972-73 911 Seatbelt Latch/Receiver Decal/sticker Set

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    FS: 1972-73 911 Seatbelt Latch/Receiver Decal/sticker Set

    1972-73 911 Seatbelt Latch/Receiver Decal/sticker Set

    Recaro sport seats on the '72-'73 911, standard on most of the 911RS Touring cars, and optional on other models, had 2 different stickers. Over the years they have been damaged, removed or faded.

    This sticker set is patterned after my own originals, correct size, font and colors. Each set contains 2 "PRESS" and 2 "PUSH BUTTON" stickers. The orange sticker is almost fluorescent (the color won't show correctly on a computer screen). For its correct installation the latch cover has to be taken apart, it has 2 small Philips head screws on the back. Apply the sticker and screw the cover again. Its very simple and the results will be great this way.

    Its incredible how small details contribute to a good interior. Its the first time the "PRESS BUTTON" sticker has been reproduced, and the first time both are 100% correct in size, color and fonts.

    Only orange PRESS left.

    Packing in an envelope with a very thick cardboard to protect the decals from mishandling on the mail.
    Any questions feel free to ask.

    Cost: $26.00 USD
    S&H by registered mail (8 days): $5 USD USA, $7 USD Europe
    Shipping is to each address, one charge only. You choose how many sets are in the envelope.

    Payment by Paypal (costs include Paypal fee) to

    Best regards
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    Last edited by mcampuzano; 05-02-2015 at 09:17 PM. Reason: yellow/orange sold out

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    Do you have any latches you wanna part with?
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    I did and I sold them, sorry. I had an original left side latch, excellent plastic, I bought 3 other latches and kept the best 2, sold the others.


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    GS, Paypal received


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    Peter, John, Paypal received


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    Mike, Fred, Paypal received


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    Steve, Paypal received


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    Stickers installed:
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69Sman View Post
    Do you have any latches you wanna part with?
    I got some attached to seats. You can have them (with the purchase of the seats).

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