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    Wtt: 67s

    Gauging any interest in a trade of original 67S with crash bars to a nice pair of original 67S bumper guards with rubber pads.
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    Bob

    Don't want to kill your trade but since there are no side plates those are not Aamco bars. My research tells me that those are actually '71 model year and maybe later and are actual Porsche manufacturer. Much nicer as they don't look like add ons. Got sets for my 2 912s. Had to search far and wide. Good luck with the trade. By the way these would be more expensive than just '67 guards.

    Tom

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    Thanks Tom. I was also advise by one of our good members that these have some value to it. Will have to research or inquire what value should one put on something like this. Owner prefers to eliminate the crash bars for a correct Guards with rubber pads.
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    Adding up close photos of backside of guards
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    Bob

    Determine a value, put it in the for sale section and also give the option to trade. Bet you will get more people looking.

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    Hi Tom, sent you email.

    Bob
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