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Old 06-11-2007, 06:37 PM   #1
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Where to find these Pieces? (interior)

I have this console and I need to source down the remaining pieces.. Its the leather pieces + one plastic piece that cover the parking break.

Thanks for the help, and I hope I post in the right forum..

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Old 06-11-2007, 09:56 PM   #2
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I would check a salvage yard, there's one in LA that ships and can get anyting. Or try sunset imports, or suncoast porsche's website. (Why is it always sun...?)
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You actually need more than you think, Assume all you have as far as a center console is pictured... You will need the peices you mentioned as well as

-The lock assembly for the storage compartment
-The Lid to storage compartment
-Hinge kit for Storage compartment
-Plastic floor for inside the storage compartment
-Rubber liner for inside storage compartment
-Window Switch/Heated Seats trim peice
-Ashtray or non-smokers tray assembly


Thats about all can think of and im pretty sure thats it. Sorry i dont have part numbers.
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Yea I was guessing it was more than I expected. I'm guessing this can be had at my local dealer, but then the price will be up to.. If anyone knows the part number of the pieces please post them here.

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Why can't you take the parts from your existing console and put them on the replacement?
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Old 06-12-2007, 08:24 AM   #7
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If you must order parts through a dealership (these won't be in stock, most probably) you may want to buy them through Sunset in Oregon. They give good prices for out of state customers.
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I would take my parts from my existing console but this is my first console.. It didn't come with the car. I am making a newer version of the 914. I am putting boxster interior, GT3 Seats, boxster calipers and rotors, 911 suspension in it... So if anyone has these parts (console) please let me know, or where I can find them (or their part number)

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That is an awesome looking 914, I considered getting one a few years back and would have if they looked that good.
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Nice 914!

I love the Carrera Sport wheels. I've considered a set for my 986.

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Now you just need a Cayman 295 hp motor and tranny.....
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cbenitah,

Are the rears 10'' or 11.5"? What size tires are you running front and rear?

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Rears are 9" its stock tires for now, (255-40-17, rear) (205-45-17 on a 7" front) haven't been able to drive it since they came on..

3.6L 993 engine is the plan
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Did you try:http://www.dcauto.com/

They have parts for all areas broken down on the center console. They have great diagrams too!
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cbenitah,

Are you saying the wheels are 17's? Are they Carrera Sports? I thought those wheels were only available in 19 inch diameter.

Where can I find them in 17 inch?

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Mine are from the 2002 996 model.. I think they just came out with the 19's for the 997...

I got mine of Ebay pretty cheap and in excellent condition.. took me a long time to find them though.


Here is the 19" Carrera Sport
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And here is the 2002 17" 996 wheel
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cbenitah,

Thanks very much for the clarification.

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