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Thread: Under bumper fog lights, '73 RS

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    Under bumper fog lights, '73 RS

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    Last edited by GeorgeK; 11-26-2014 at 04:48 AM.

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    George,

    This will be very interesting… I don't think there is much documentation on this particular light placement.

    I have seen it only in books … I think it looks GREAT !!!!

    Will have a look in my factory 73' parts book...
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    George! I will take the pictures for you this weekend. Sorry for my delay, buddy! I will also try to include some measurements. How is the RS restoration coming? My email is carlsonmark@msn.com or carlson.mark@dorsey.com.

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    Headlights?

    Is it just the angle or are the headlight lens the same shape as those on the early '66-67? I thought that they would be the H1 lens.

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    here's an old picture of the under bumper fogs on my car (as well as the through the grill driving lights). my new digital camera is supposed to be arriving this week for father's day, so i should be able to take more detailed shots next week, which i know i owe to some of you out there....

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    Hi George

    I got my copy of the Carrera RS book this morning. That option was only available for Italy, Netherlands and Switzerland so is pretty rare. It is 430, "rectangular iodine fog lights, yellow, bellow bumper" 170 DM gross price.

    It is not in my 73 parts listing

    Off to look at 2 RSs tomorrow
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    Boy, it looks like you better not get too agressive with your ride height when using those fogs and brackets! I've scraped my spoiler more than a few times right where they're mounted...

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    i just got my replacement dig camera on friday...i'll should get a picture posted this week.

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    here are three close ups of the underbumper fogs on my car. i didn't have a ruler in the pics to give perspective to the picture. hopefully these will help.
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    picture two of three...
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