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Front undercarriage panel

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Hello,  I recently purchased a used 2009 Carrera and had it delivered missing the front undercarriage panel, as well as the three panels in the truck area that cover the battery and areas to the left and right, above the boot.

Does anyone know how to determine the correct part numbers? Have a source for purchasing these parts?

vin# WP0AA29939S706301

 

Thank you for your time,

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In the top image the part it need appears to be panel #1.

 

The panels missing under the front hood are the panel covering battery and areas directly to the left and right of the battery.

 

Thank you,

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Perhaps post a photo of what is missing in the luggage compartment?

There are a lot of panels there and they will not be in-expensive.

 

Item 1 in the under body panels: 

997 504 527 02 Cover -- US MSRP $151.12 (C2 only)

you may also need:

999 073 505 01 Self tapping screws -- US MSRP $0.44 each

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