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PORSCHE, Gold, individual letters set for rear deck lid/engine cover (requires Qty. 14, 999-591-423-03 speednuts)

Part #: 901-559-301-22-OEM
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Weight:  0.2 lbs.
Warranty Info:  Two Years from date of purchase
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Parts Diagrams:
Model:   911/912 (1965-1969)
Category:   Decorative Fittings (1965-68)
Description:   Porsche lettering, gold-coloured, F 030 5101 >> (911 /L/S)
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Model:   911/912 (1965-1969)
Category:   Decorative Fittings (1969)
Description:   Logo, gold-coloured (911 T/E/S)
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Model:   911T/E/S Carrera RS (1970-73)
Category:   Decorative Fittings
Description:   Logo, gold-coloured (up Through 71)
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Model:   914 (1970-1976)
Category:   Decorative Fittings
Description:   Porsche lettering, gold-coloured (914-6/4)
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This part fits the following vehicles:
911/912 (1965-1969) (911 /L/S)
911/912 (1965-1969) (911 T/E/S)
911T/E/S Carrera RS (1970-73) (up Through 71)
914 (1970-1976) (914-6/4)
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What our customers are saying:
September 12, 2016
High quality
April 23, 2010
Porsche Letters
They are correct in size and color but unfortunately the finish on these new OEM letters appears to be "satin" as opposed to a "shiny" on the originals that came on my 1970 911T. I've made extensive inquiries at restoration shops who have ordered these and they received the same satin look replacements.
Followup from the Pelican Staff:   It's been this way for years now, I think the later model cars had the satin finish. These are Genuine Porsche, so they are the only ones that are available now. I would suggest getting them chromed if that is the exactly look that you're looking for.
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