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what has to be done to put my '69.5 vert top on my '65?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 11, 2009 10:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

jacobdillingham wrote:
sputnick60 wrote:

BTW the bumpers on yours are for the 1970 model.


Which bumper is for a 1970? The one on the 65 or the 69?

Have a look at the sticky "Karmann Ghia Progressive changes 19551974"

Shortened bumper rails accommodate the corner reflectors introduced that year
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But also note cars made after August 1966 have a different sweep of the rear wheel arch. So If you swapped the bumpers from the '69 onto the '65 they'd be a little too short. But then, the '70 bumpers probably already are.

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