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Old 12-07-2010, 06:57 AM   #1
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Default 964 Factory Tool Kit

I ended up with TWO tool kits for my 3.2 Carrera, but I later found out this one is correct for the 964. Came in a 94 Turbo as I've been told.

Anyway, it is to run on ebay beginning Tuesday evening (tonight) at 6 pm. Link will not work BEFORE that time.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=290509585334

Figured I'd give you guys a heads up before it started. Hope this doesn't break all sorts of rules. PM me if interested. Thanks.
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Had a few requests for pics and description, so I figured its best to post accordingly.
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To Scott, Hans, CF and others seeking pictures of tools OUT of the case, here you go. Hope this helps -
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Auction is definitely 'live' now. Thanks for the inquiries. RLers, if you have any questions, let me know.

So far, a common one I didn't expect is, 'What is that black thing on the end of the jack lifting handle?' I guess many have fallen or rotted off, but it's a 'keeper'that came on the handle to help keep it on the jack. Someone correct me if I'm wrong on that.

Same with the clear plastic slip sleeve. Those are often missing as well.
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I seem to get the same questions in bunches. Are you trying to drive me insane? Anyway,

The bag is black, not dark brown or dark gray or whatever color your monitor may show.

Some asked if the pliers worked, which I thought was a dumb question... until I tried to use them. Its like they were welded together! Soaked them in PB blaster and now they're fine. They just must be made very tightly. Those Germans.

Anyway, PM me if anything else pops up.
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i need to take my tools out and see if i have all that stuff in mine, Thanks for the picture.
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Thanks for the inquiries guys. Auction ends tonight, bidding is just over 100 now, pretty good buy...

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...STRK:MESELX:IT
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Are those al the tools that sould be in there?
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Are those al the tools that sould be in there?
I'm not sure; those are all the tools that were in it when I got it, and every slot is filled. Maybe others know what if anything is missing.
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Default 1990 - 1991 964 Tool Kit

That's a 1990 - 1991 964 tool kit. The 1992 -1994 versions had a smooth vinyl pouch and secured with a tie rather than the heavy grain vinyl and snaps.
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That's a 1990 - 1991 964 tool kit. The 1992 -1994 versions had a smooth vinyl pouch and secured with a tie rather than the heavy grain vinyl and snaps.
Thanks for the detail. Didn't know that! Anyway, kit is now SOLD. Thanks again.
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