Regarding the script over the license plate ( "Porsche" over "1600 Super").
Mine were both mounted with the studs that were molded onto the script but one of the studs on the "1600 Super" script broke off---vibration, I guess. I ordered an new one and it turned out to be a different finish that the first one on the car. It was brighter and very "brassy" looking while my original "Porsche" one was a more subdued gold tone --I guess from 10 years of polishing, or maybe it has always been like it is now ---so the replacement I got didn't match the old one. Be sure both your scripts match as far as finish. I like my original ones' finish much better than that brassy one I received..
I didn't want the stud mounting again because I had replaced it twice and didn't trust it so I simply glued it back on with Gorilla Glue using a very small amount so that none came out from under the script when I pressed it against the car. I was hesitant to use this approach but went ahead and it look just great and both scripts finish matches! I lucked out and got the "1600" script absolutely level just like the top one but it would have been easy to screw it up and end up with it slanted---be careful!
On the Meister Schaffen badge---some that are sold are plastic---horrors! Be sure you get the metal ones! (Right, Tom Blankenship?)
If anyone can use a brassy "1600 Super" scrpt with the studs cut off (by me) you are welcome to it.
--Hope this helps someone out there!