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  1. rbrthh
    04-12-2013 02:14 AM
    I read in one of your post that you have backlit gauges for your car that look stock, this is exactly what I've been wanting to do for years. Please if you can, let me know where you got them from or if you made them yourself how much you'd want to make some more.
    thank you, Jason
  2. Porsche Ober
    04-01-2011 07:03 PM
    Hi curt,
    Which gauges are you using in your car? I saw a pic of your dash and gauges in one of the posts, and I love your aftermarket boost gauge on the pillar. I have similar ones, but im not thrilled with the fit or look. looking to replace.
  3. Rip It
    03-15-2011 10:43 PM
    Mr.Rodgers is interested in 968 handles. I told him I would email the person that bought my hatch about his interest due to "someone not liking their handles". If you are interested in selling yours he wants some. You may want to make contact with him. Take care, Paul
  4. CurtP
    01-13-2011 10:38 AM
    The stock shifter was cut in half and I welded the upper section of a Mini Cooper shift lever to it. It was an experiment to see if I liked it. I have a billet aluminum shifter on the way that I had made to my specs - I will be doing a write-up on it when it comes in.

    The door speakers were an option on 1987+ cars. It's a factory 10-speaker setup - the rear side panels are different too. If you have a 1987+ 944, the wiring for the system should already be in the doors. My panels came from a 1988 Turbo.
  5. gux944
    01-13-2011 04:04 AM
    Hi CurtP!Great job!! I like the shifter lever in the picture,can you please tell me more about it,I have to do something with mine,it`s worn out and vibrates+noise.And the door panel looks nice too,is it stock or you made it?I never saw speakers like those in a 944 door panel.If stock from what car?thanx
  6. CurtP
    01-12-2011 02:02 PM
    I use Leatherique ( Rejuvinator Oil and Prestine Clean on the leather and vinyl. They also have another product called Cerrious Clean which I haven't tried yet, but probably will on my next order.

    I replaced the carpet because mine was coming apart. If my carpet is really dirty, I have it professionally cleaned. Make sure they use a truck mounted cleaning setup - PTO driven is the best, but most of them are driven by their own dedicated engine. They can do a better job if you remove the seats and center console.
  7. Ljt
    01-12-2011 07:34 AM
    HI CurtP,

    You got very clean and tidy interior. Envy..Tell me what you use to clean those 24 yo stains, dirt on those tan door panel and carpet I am having now? I am curious to know. Really want to do up the interior like yours



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