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Looking for pics of an original tweed & twill interior


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From a reliable source I was told; Take a 1976 912E for references on what your interior looked like as the interiors were basically the same between the 912E and our Carreras.  In fact, they shared the identical carpet.  The carpets, for instance, aren't available anywhere but you can get them out of a 912E.  If you were to ever consider restoring your car back to exactly how it left the factory I'd highly recommend buying a 912E, swapping, and selling the 912E. The driver's seats with the tweed inlays and twill bolsters since those would be very rare

Mine has the interior code 33:Cinnamon Leatherette, Tweed Seat Inlays, Twill Side Bolsters, Twill Headrests.

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I have original 76 seats with the tweed euro seats. The rear were black. The area stored in one of my warehouses. I'll see if I can get to them without to much difficulty.

Let me know what you found in your warehouse.


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