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Looking for both interior and exterior metal look trim.. my CTT has 87k and the pieces are looking tired. I have tried to clean them up but I have had no luck.

I can't seem to find the exterior trim anywhere.. there is a full kit for interior trim in eBay but it's $470, a little more than I would like to pay. Just wondering if anyone as anywhere else to source trim pieces.


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Fire up the Google machine! an "OEM Porsche parts" search will usually pull up my favorites out of Oregon, Texas and California. You can find deals, but it requires a bit more work.... Have a chat with your local P car dealer. Year and VIN will give you the appropriate part numbers, then once your armed with this information do a little old fashioned haggling. Not sure what year your CTT is, but my bet is this will be a strategy that will come in handy for you in the future.

Also, I replaced all of the interior trim (also Aluminum) on my first CTT. $470 is a steal my friend.


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Just scored this pickup from eBay! $275 shipped. The trim is for a 2008 CTT but I took the gamble and it does infact fit for a 2004 CTT! Very happy with OEM quality and the console parts are deff a bonus. post-95356-139949549781_thumb.jpg

Got everything on but this set of parts apart! How do I get the metal trim off for the new set?!hubaze3e.jpg


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