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Originally Posted by bobolsn View Post
Techweenie is correct. I suspect that the COA was based on an incorrect number. The dead give away is the torsion bar holes. It is definitely a LWB model.
Here is something else I have seen on a handful of SWB cars: the quarter panels and trailing arms were changed by the owner to LWB parts, effectively creating an LWB car. This in turn, creates a mismatch between the lip styles of the front and rear wheel openings, and often the person modifying the car will swap for LWB fenders -- a bolt on swap.

Not common, but it does happen.
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