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John 2022
#1 Posted : 20 July 2022 17:49:42

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Im restoring a Series 1 etype and am replacing the rear bumpers. There are 2 types - one with a capative nut and a later one without. The body shape didn't change for the Series 1 so is it ok to use the earlier captive nut type as they are cheaper, Many thanks
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John 2022 wrote:
Im restoring a Series 1 etype and am replacing the rear bumpers. There are 2 types - one with a capative nut and a later one without. The body shape didn't change for the Series 1 so is it ok to use the earlier captive nut type as they are cheaper, Many thanks


This may be a good source of info:

https://www.jaguarownersclub.com/

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