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Quick Porsche Parts Price List

I’ve received quite a bit of inquiries for pricing on some Porsche parts, so I figured I would throw together a quick list of the more popular pieces.  Keep in mind, these prices still haven’t been finalized yet so they may fluctuate a bit in the future.  They also do not include cores or core deposits (I still haven’t been able to find a reliable core supplier yet, so that is another issue).

Discounts will be given to those who purchase multiple parts.  More discounts will be given to those who can send their parts in to be wrapped (perfect for those of you who lock your Porsche up for the winter).  It takes about 3-4 weeks to manufacture these parts, sometimes a bit longer, especially on the Porsche stuff as some of the pieces are complex.

Additional pieces can be made upon request.  If you see a part you want done made by someone else, chances are, we can do it as well.  We are a small shop (just a few guys in a warehouse out in Arizona) so we don’t have a ton of overhead and can make these parts cheaper than a lot of other manufacturers.  Because our parts are custom made by hand here in the US, we can tailor your parts to you and wrap them in whatever fabric you want, in whatever finish you want.  Silver, red, blue, you name it.  We only use the highest quality fabric (11oz or higher weight, almost every other shop only uses 5.7oz – higher weight means more individual strands of carbon, which leads to a tighter, straighter weave) and pro quality epoxies that resist yellowing over time.

If you’re interested in setting up an order or have any questions, feel free to email me at matt@ocarbon.com

Pricing:

Map covers – $425

Door pulls – $400

 

Instrument surround – $400

Ignition surround – $125

Hazard surround – $125

 

Radio – $500

 

More Porsche 996 GT3 parts finished…

Got another round of Porsche GT3 parts done for my buddy Joey.  After he gets these installed he’s promised a bunch of installed pictures, which I’m really looking forward to.

Up first is the speedometer cluster surround (it is upside down in this picture).  It is some times called “the Batwing” for obvious reasons.

Up next are the door pulls.  These will mate up with the map covers we made previously.

Last but not least, are thin strip pieces for the dash.

Our first set of Porsche pieces are finished…

I made these pieces for a former Audi customer of mine.  He was one of the first Audi’s to get a set made in the 20oz 2×2 twill (probably the first B6S4 owner to have it done).  2 years later, him and I are good friends and when he sold his B6S4 and stepped into a 911 GT3, I knew I’d have to make some parts for it.

These parts are just the first few of many that I’ll be making for him.

Up first is the radio surround.

Followed by the map covers for the doors.

Hazard surround.

Last, but not least, the ignition surround.

We’ll have many, many more parts for this particular Porsche in the coming weeks, expect a full photoshoot and new product pages in a month or two.

 

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