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MD77
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2021/01/19 19:57:31 (permalink)

Colour coded keys

I’m not normally one for modifications, however, this one was simple, cheap and is easy to swap back if we decide we want to at any time. Given the ongoing lockdown and in a moment of boredom, I seem to have found myself on Ebay ordering car coloured key shells for our Macan and our GT4.
The colours are a great match to our Volcano Grey and Miami Blue cars and were a great fit as well as considerably cheaper than the OEM genuine product.
post edited by MD77 - 2021/01/19 20:00:26

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gpm993
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Re: Colour coded keys 2021/01/20 15:17:57 (permalink)
Hi
 
I also recently purchased this mod although from Amazon in Red during a moment of boredom in lockdown and makes all the difference to the standard black. Certainly put a smile on my face and so easy to fit - amazing how a small thing brightens up life!!!
 
Cheers
 
Graham

Graham
Current: 993 Carrera 4S 1996 Arena Red, Cayman 2008 Meteor Grey, Macan Turbo Performance Pack 2017 Carmine Red
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gronk1967
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Re: Colour coded keys 2021/01/20 15:26:28 (permalink)
Anyone done this successfully with tje silver body colour shells?  I’m conscious the centre is already a shiny metallic/chrome ao I’m a little wary even though the key I use is starting to show wear & tear! 

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