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    1967 911S Coupe Polo Red, Black interior

    Needs a few things....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    Not mine.....

    Needs a few things....


    One thing it needs less of though is undercoating...

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    Has a 1968 right front fender...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Trask View Post
    Has a 1968 right front fender...?
    Very good observation JT !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Trask View Post
    Has a 1968 right front fender...?
    So us newbies can leran...whats the diff ? To my eye, from the front, the pass. fender is more bulbous. Also a sliht difference in the lip of the wheel arch. Am I warm ?
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    Look at the way the inner lip of the fender is shaped. In 68 they relieved the fender lip for the wider wheels (4.5 to 5.5 rim width). Done on front and rear fenders. Looks the same outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Trask View Post
    Has a 1968 right front fender...?
    Man that's a keen observation! I keep looking at it with explanation in hand and can't spot it.

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    Just look above the right wheel picture above the tire.
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