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    Front Bumperettes

    What SWB years had the Bumperettes and which did not? Also has anyone converted from the bumperette to the non? Did you retain the old bumper or replace it with a different year? Thanks AJ
    1967 911

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    Suffolk, VA
    It seems to me all SWB USA cars had front bumperettes. I usually removed mine because the car then looks better to me. The 69-73 front bumper can be made to fit, (the S lip one included) but it is a Kluge.
    1970 911S Coupe (Burgundrot) (sold)
    1967 911 Coupe (Light Ivory) (mostly gone)
    1966 911 Coupe (Sand Beige) (sold)
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    Van Diemen Hayabusa SCCA Formula S (sale pending)
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