Parts manuals tell different part numbers for the early engines.
As you can see on the first picture the number visible on the box is 111101351 while the number on the head 111101371 is.
Numbers mentioned are:
- 111101351 Cylinder head up to Engine number 1-695 281 (1131cc)
- 111101351A Cylinder head from Engine number 1-695 282 (1192cc)
Clutch bearing used with:
- 211141025 Clutch cover and pressure plate
- 111141031B Clutch plate
ZK029/13Z Bosch condenser
Date stamped 7J = week 7, year 1953
The partnumber of this piece is unknown to me.
I have a lot of part manuals but none of them show this X plate like in this early exploded view. (Note: See the two piece cilinderhead engine tin)
The TK6A4 is a high efficiency coil.
This particular one shown in the gallery is date stamped 1H which means that the coil was produced in the first week of 1952.
919021A renumbered to 111905205, used from 1948 until 1953.
Porsche 356 used this distributor from 1948 till 1954.
Used in combination with ignition coil TE6A3.
Service parts for this distributor:
Part is mentioned in the manual for the Beetle until 1952 and the Barndoor parts manual untill 1954.
This MANN fuel filter is commonly seen on Porsche 356 Pre A engines.
Tuners like Denzel and Okrasa also used these on there engines.
Numbers as seen on the lid are: BF329 & KD 08.49
Part numbers shown in the picture are:
Pressed bumper trim can be recognized thru the round holes in the trim.
These holes make place for the bumper bolts.
241853505A – Front bumper trim left- and right used up to chassis number 178 004 (03/1956) Length is 34inch or 850mm.
241853515 – Rear bumper trim left
241853516 – Rear bumper trim right
Used from 02/1950 up till 02/1955 chassis number 117 901.