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    Black knob for rear quarter latch

    Poor quality photo attached, but one of my rear quarter window (1969) latches is missing the black knob. I could buy a whole new latch, but was rather hoping someone here might have a spare for sale please?
    Thanks,
    Scott

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    #2
    Scott, you are in luck ! I have an old broken latch which I replaced with a repro unit some time ago from CarPoint.de.

    I will include it FOC with the shipment I am sending you soon. Pls ensure you send your address details as per my txt request earlier today,

    regds,
    Phil
    sigpicPhil Lack
    TYP901 Register Inc. # 002 (Founding President)
    Early 911-S Registry # 690
    R-Gruppe # 367
    '72 911E 2.4 Coupe (SOLD)
    '15 MB CLA 250 Sport Shooting Brake - daily
    2012 BMW 1M Coupe 6-spd (Wow)

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      #3
      Forgot to say the black knob is fine although it doesnt appear to easily unscrew, so I will leave it up to you to disassemble it.
      sigpicPhil Lack
      TYP901 Register Inc. # 002 (Founding President)
      Early 911-S Registry # 690
      R-Gruppe # 367
      '72 911E 2.4 Coupe (SOLD)
      '15 MB CLA 250 Sport Shooting Brake - daily
      2012 BMW 1M Coupe 6-spd (Wow)

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        #4
        Originally posted by e72phil View Post
        Forgot to say the black knob is fine although it doesnt appear to easily unscrew, so I will leave it up to you to disassemble it.
        Did you mean the grub screw holding it on doesn't unscrew?

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          #5
          Thank you!!

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            #6
            If it's useful to show the latch pulled apart, for those identifying the individual missing pieces. The grub screw goes into the black plastic knob. The knob screws onto the quite unique metal pin and then you tighten the grub screw onto the thin part of the shaft so the knob can still spin freely but not unscrew. The metal shaft has a partly squared flange which sits inside the lower side of the arm.
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