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I am the proud second owner of a Green 2011 997.2 TT with an extensive interior option list including the door and dash Macassar. I can order the console in Macassar, but the B Pillar Seat Belt Outlets in Macassar are not in the parts catalogue, they evidently are only available at when ordering the car option code CFS. So I need a VIN of a car that was ordered with them so that Porsche will make me a pair.

Anyone have these on there car that would be willing to share their VIN with me?

Thanks for your consideration. You can PM me the VIN if desired.

Lynn Rea

Dallas, Texas


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Macassar Ebony is easily obtainable. You would be better off finding a local woodworker to make them for you. Just use one of the stock ones as a pattern. They can be finished with catalyzed polyester. This will match the factory finish. You are talking about 8 hours of shop time at $80/hr plus the wood, maybe $75. This is probably less than the Porsche parts. Macasar Ebony is extremely variable. Coal black with streaks of medium tan You'd best select the wood your self to match what you have in the car.

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