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1965 vs 1973 front fenders

I have a pair of 1965 911 fenders, and a 1973 911 without fenders. I know they are related and similar, but whats are the differences between '65 vs '73 fenders ?

Old 07-06-2019, 08:21 PM
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The '65 fenders have their signal/park light boxes built into the fender (just below
the headlight opening).The '73 fender does not, because its signal boxes are in the
'73 front bumper. If you have the '73 front bumper already then all you need is the
'73 fenders to keep the car "original". It should be easier to find the later style
fenders. Also, '73 fenders will have flares at the wheel openings that are needed for
wide tires and wheel spacers.

Good luck, Charlie
(PS-If you don't use the '65 fenders, text me at 402-570-7900, I may be interested)

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