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Porsche 911 Whale Tail Spoiler 91151201902 on 2040-parts.com

US $1,500.00
Location:

Orange, California, United States

Orange, California, United States
Porsche 911 Whale Tail Spoiler  91151201902, US $1,500.00, image 1

Full rubber spoiler for Porsche 911, was an option released in 1975 for 911 Carrera, complete with grille and hardware in excellent overall condition. No cracking, rubber is supple, all studs are in great shape. This is the date correct spoiler for mid-70s 911.

Check the pics, you will not find a nicer one. These pics were taken with spoiler as is, no Back in Black or other treatment.

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