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Old 10-27-2006, 04:23 PM   #1
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Smile Are there any wrecking yards that specialize in Porsches?

.... My trunk and hood release handles are scratched up from shoes dragging across them I'd like to replace them with some in better condition. I'd also like to find some clear tail lights .....

then again, I haven't checked with Porsche yet .... maybe they are not too expensive

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Old 10-27-2006, 04:25 PM   #2
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.... My trunk and hood release handles are scratched up from shoes dragging across them I'd like to replace them with some in better condition. I'd also like to find some clear tail lights .....

then again, I haven't checked with Porsche yet .... maybe they are not too expensive


check suncoast porsche on ebay,thats where i got my clear tail lights
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Old 10-27-2006, 04:57 PM   #3
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.... My trunk and hood release handles are scratched up from shoes dragging across them I'd like to replace them with some in better condition. I'd also like to find some clear tail lights .....

then again, I haven't checked with Porsche yet .... maybe they are not too expensive

Google LA Dismantlers (www.ladismantlers.com) and one more would be Oklahoma Foreign 405-799-0645 or 800-462-2446. The web site is www.oklahomaforeign.com.

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In Western Wa we have Campbell-Nelson Auto Wrecking
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There's one in LA that use ebay a lot called "LA Porsche Dismantler" or similar, there's one in the UK called porschapart (or something like that). I have bought stuff from the UK one and had it shipped to the US, the LA dismantler wanted more $$$ used than the dealer wanted for new parts on the items I was after.
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