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    How to distinguish between SWB and LWB rear quarter panels?

    I'm interested in a driver-side rear quarter panel for my 72 coupe. The seller cannot remember if the panel came from a swb 911 or lwb 911 since he bought it 30 yes ago. Is there an easy way to distinguish between SWB and LWB qtr panels? I tried the search function, but no success.

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    Dennis

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    The LWB would have a slight flair to the wheel well. The SWB does not have any flair at all.
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    easy to spot by the torsion bar hole
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    Thanks Scott.

    I looked at some pictures and can see the small flare.

    -Dennis


    Quote Originally Posted by Bradford View Post
    The LWB would have a slight flair to the wheel well. The SWB does not have any flair at all.

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