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I have 3 questions!

I have a pair attached to one plate. The screw holes are as follows.

One in located at the top of the plate between the pair, one on the top RH side. there is NO hole on the LH side and no holes on the bottom of the plate.

Q - is this a custom made 'non' Heuer plate.

Second question,

The LH model is a Monte Carlo 11 lap
The RH model is an Auto-Rallye 11 lap

But here is the thig, the Auto-Rallye has the 'signature style' handwritten "Monte Carlo" going across the very cenre. Monte on one side of the cenrte of the hads Carlo on the other side.

I havent seen this style on this website..

Q - what is it then?

Third question,

Q - Are these a 'real' pair?

I am pretty sure they came off a Porsche 356 carrrea, but they were attachd by an enthusiast, my late Father.

Best regards!

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