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PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 8:51 pm 
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Here's a photo of the Keymer Mancheseter #5 color compared to the original beige corduroy on my late friend Edwin's '53 coupe.

Other suppliers exist. Place Textiles "Theo" corduroy is the same weight and rib spacing as the original stuff too. Not sure what would be a good match for the Porsche beige. Their "Tempest" is pretty darn close for the grey used by Porsche.

http://placetextiles.com/patterns/theo/


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:01 am 
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Thats a might fine match James. Thankyou


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Hey James, these are great news!
Ross, I asked Guido Eickholz but they are quiet busy at the moment because of a few events coming. At mid December I know more about the interior hopefully.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 3:58 pm 
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Oliver Strobel wrote:
Did you compare our certificate of production? Do we have similar cars?
I am still in contact with Guido Eickholz from Erlkönig Classic. I will ask him for the best matching interior stuff and can hopefully tell you more about it, tomorrow.



Oliver our cars are identical twins which is very cool. Only small difference I can see is mine left Reutter with a radio aerial noted on build sheet


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Oliver Strobel wrote:
Hey James, these are great news!
Ross, I asked Guido Eickholz but they are quiet busy at the moment because of a few events coming. At mid December I know more about the interior hopefully.


Guido is an excellent resource . Will be interested to see what he comes up with.


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