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Thread: FS: SWB wiring Loom Complete

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    FS: SWB wiring Loom Complete

    This wiring loom was meticulously removed from a ’68 912 (used for 911) and is in excellent condition. It was removed 100% intact with all component connections; fuse box, relays and so on. All faston clips are in place and it is complete from taillights to headlights including dash and gauge wiring. Only the headlight plugs were removed as they were already spliced. The main rear battery/starter and the motor/tail section were wrapped for protection and removed using electricians lube.

    Nothing on this harness was cut or spliced.

    $450.00 plus shipping.

    <font color="red">Bump and Price reduction: $225 plus shipping </font>
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    I still have this wiring harness. It really was carefully removed to preserve and reuse it. And frankly, out of curiosity to see if it could be done.

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    I did the same on a 68 912 coupe about a year ago PITA when parting a car, I have a 68 Targa I am starting to part out now, I will use wire cutters. and just save some for proper splices when needed. I hope you get some reward for your effort. and a free bump anyway.

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    I came across this as I'm going through boxes so bumping it up after 4 years with new price.

    <font color="red"> $225 plus shipping</font>

    The fuse box and gauge/light harness is worth this much alone. IMHO

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    I'll take it, pm pymnt details please.
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    Pm sent 2nd in line
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    1978 911SC Targa fun in the sun

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