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> WTB: Targa chrome trim
Rob-O
post Jul 9 2017, 10:50 AM
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I'm looking for very good examples of the chrome (polished aluminum really) on the targa bar. The piece that runs along the back edge of the targa bar and the two that go down the back sides of the targa bar.
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Porsche has the sail panel trim pieces. Vertical and horizontal. Cheaper than the aftermarket suppliers. For the piece that runs the length of the targa bar, find a decent one and have it polished. It looks better than anodized, and does not need much attention.
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