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Re: Resto thread for 119100008 69t

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I think it's called something like 'the fuel tank/battery support panel' ...

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On a side note, it might be worth asking Bootsy to move this thread to the Restoration section as you're more likely to get better/quicker responses to your questions from there ...

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Re: Resto thread for 119100008 69t

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Yup that's what it is..

Part number original is 9015010492

Part number Dansk 90150104921/2 at D911 Costs about £70 for the Dansk, and a confirmed good fit.

I can't remember if it was this thread or another where I mentioned that depending on where you make your cut to remove the section you may need to fabricate some box section... bit you might

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Thanks buddy I've got the battery support panel so but I thought there would be another part which connects between the front partition panel and the battery support panel?

Maybe I'm wrong?
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Forward of that there's...

90150103121GRV/2
Front Partition Nose Panel "With hole for Washer Tank" (without bracket). £230

90150131020GRV/1
FRONT NOSE PANEL BRACKET 911 *DANSK £45



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Don't think you are, or at least don't see anything in my spreadsheet that says there are other bits

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Thank you. Maybe I've got some filler and it looks different

Appreciate your help
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Don't take this as gospel but looking at the diagram it looks like you have boot floor plate 90150103521 on top towards the rear of the boot, then fuel tank support 91150111702GRV on top at the front, and floor pan 91150195500GRV running underneath both. It's ambiguous on the diagram whether 91150111702GRV is just the front section of 91150195500GRV but if you have two layers, I'd say they're two different panels. In which case I think 91150111702GRV would be the badger.

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Lightweight_911 wrote: Tue Aug 02, 2022 8:21 pm .
On a side note, it might be worth asking Bootsy to move this thread to the Restoration section as you're more likely to get better/quicker responses to your questions from there ...

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Re: Resto thread for 119100008 69t

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hot66 wrote: Wed Aug 03, 2022 9:56 am
Lightweight_911 wrote: Tue Aug 02, 2022 8:21 pm .
On a side note, it might be worth asking Bootsy to move this thread to the Restoration section as you're more likely to get better/quicker responses to your questions from there ...

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Managed to get back to the car. Now starting to strip the inside. Bloody hard work and such a dirty job.
Still unsure what was bolted either inside the engine bay or on the rear seat. I guess we don’t always find out.

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Those seats are in sweet condition (compared with how mine were). Also, while stripping the inside, watch out for aggravated neighbours.
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Re: Resto thread for 119100008 69t

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Thanks Rob, I’m really pleased and got my teeth back into it. Should be on the floor next week wheel it good bar a small hole in front passenger area. I have already purchased the small repair panel.

Btw. I hate next door and doubt they would dare to knock on the door….. hahaha
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Re: Resto thread for 119100008 69t

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Lee, You have a very good shell. Pity about the rear speaker cutouts.

What colour are you going to paint the car?
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