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Thread: WTB: '68 911 parts

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    aka techweenie Eminence Gris's Avatar
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    Dec 2003
    West Los Angeles

    WTB: '68 911 parts

    For a friend:

    Engine compartment electrical console
    Center cap for steering wheel 1968
    seats/ front and back in black
    rear side upholstery pieces and top trim
    rear shelf
    set of headrests
    Ignition switch with key
    wood steering wheel (restorable okay)

    let me know what you have!

    My parts fetcher: 2014 Tesla S | Currently building: 73 RSR tribute and 69 RS tribute

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    Black Mountain, NC
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    Nov 2010
    Long Island, NY
    Due to terminal rust I am parting my '68 Targa. I do have correct seats w/headrests that need some work. Also have ignition switch with original 'Porsche' key. I also have a wood steering wheel on my '68 912 that I might part with. I am working on a price list now so let me know if you are interested or need anything else.


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