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About KapCoupe

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  • Birthday January 16

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  • From
    Long Island, New York
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1988 911 Carrera Factory Turbo-look
    1997 911 Turbo
    2004 911 Carrera 40th Anniversary Edition
    2009 Boxsters S
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    1970 911S Targa
  1. Thanks for the clarification, Loren. We appreciate all your help.
  2. Loren, Regarding your last comment about going with 5mm spacers all the way around, how does that square with your previous comment about 5mm on the front and 17mm on the rear being Porsche's recommended sizes? I'm asking with regard to a stock 40th Anniversary model. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
  3. You also may want to check out Bumper Plugs if you have a painted console. I purchased my ashtray replacement from them and they did a terrific job of matching my console paint exactly.
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