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              356 Coupe:
              I can really appreciate your picture of the '73 911. I just finished restoring the TTG foglights on my 911. There aren't many of those lights left these days, and if you can find a pair be prepared to spend a pretty penny for them. Beautiful.
              Steve
              Steve Clarke
              '65 C coupe
              '73 911

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              • #8
                Thanks Steve! The real find was the fog light switch. I was extremely fortunate to source one. The installation by CPR was perfect.
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                  356 Coupe:
                  I was lucky, my '73.5 came with fog lights originally, so the switch, relay, brackets, etc. were already there. I just had to source a pair of original Hella 118s, which of course was not easy.

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                  Steve
                  Steve Clarke
                  '65 C coupe
                  '73 911

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                    Steve
                    Something about the simplicity of the 118's lights. They make the car. Your car looks great.

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                    • #11
                      Looks great!
                      Mike
                      '63 B coupe

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                      • #12
                        Hella 118's are nice. over 128's
                        But OSCARS' are better and over AIRPORTERS' better yet. The stop sings light up at 500' in the daylight.
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                        Lights you can't overdrive.
                        Pushed around since 1966.

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                        • #13
                          Holy Moly......Oscar has some lights!

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                            J:
                            Wow, those are some serious lights!
                            The Hella 118s are just fog lights for the US market. Apparently in Europe the 118s could be ordered as true driving lights and were much brighter.
                            Steve
                            Steve Clarke
                            '65 C coupe
                            '73 911

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                              356 Coupe:
                              I noticed that you ditched the rubber baby bumpers and the sugar scoop headlights on you '73. Me too, makes the car look a lot cleaner.
                              Steve
                              Steve Clarke
                              '65 C coupe
                              '73 911

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