CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom
CarBone R-door cards – Custom

CarBone R-door cards – Custom

  • CarBone R-door cards set. A great addition for your aircooled classic. Straps refer to a 1967 R model. Plug and play, very easy to install.
  • The window sills are not included in the set!
Generation
RHD/LHD
Windows type
Door lock
Map pocket
Phone pocket
Main Speaker
Tweeter Speaker
Stitching color
Strap color
721,95 €
/ item excl. VAT
Aluminium window switch frames, which hold the switches tight, come standard.

The set contains everything you need to mount a fresh set of door cards:

  • left and right panels
  • straps
  • brackets
  • bolts and washers

Available options: with custom R-door cards we let you choose the material and stitching to fit your needs. We can make the door cards with the use of:

  • houndstooth, pepita
  • Alcantara
  • tartans and plaids
  • different leathers

See our standard leather sampler HERE

Please note! Due to the influence of: time, atmospheric factors and light, the color of the car interior elements may be faded and then the shade of the selected material may be different.

All orders are treated individually. Please use product enquiry form or order notes during the purchase process.

The price for the presented door cards is approximate and is precisely estimated by our advisor after collecting all the information.

* CarBone R-door cards are handmade. Production time: 2-3 weeks + shipping

Please note: Tweeter speaker not available with manual windows!

The window sills are not included in the set!

Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Just ask!
We’ve got plenty more, and can make pretty much anything.
Producer
Product code
CB.RDOOR.CUS
@@Stitching color
Black
,
Light Gray
,
Dark Gray
,
Red
,
White
,
Yellow
,
Custom
@@Strap color
Black
,
Gray
,
Red
,
White
,
Yellow
,
Custom
Car model
F-model 2.0
,
F-model 2.2
,
F-model 2.4
,
G-model 2.7
,
G-model 3.2
,
930 Turbo 3.0
,
930 Turbo 3.3
,
912 E
,
912
,
964 Turbo
,
964
,
993 Turbo & GT
,
993
,
G-model 3.0 SC
,
G-model 3.0
Interior
Door Cards
Year
1965
,
1966
,
1967
,
1968
,
1969
,
1970
,
1971
,
1972
,
1973
,
1974
,
1975
,
1984
,
1985
,
1986
,
1987
,
1988
,
1989
,
1990
,
1991
,
1992
,
1993
,
1994
,
1995
,
1996
,
1997
,
1998
,
1976
,
1977
,
1978
,
1979
,
1980
,
1981
,
1982
,
1983
INTERIOR PARTS
Door Cards
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