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Quick help! Correct NOS rear fender version

I found this rear fender/wing on ebay. Was going to order a new, repro panel from overseas, but I'd prefer a NOS, plus, they dont have it in stock overseas anyway.

Can someone please tell me if this is the correct part for my car, a 1974 GTV 2000? Apparently, there is an different version for older cars (64-67). I cant really tell from the pics.

Part number is 10551 54026-0.0

ALFA ROMEO GTV NOS New ORIGINAL Right REAR QUARTER PANEL Part # 10551 54026-0.0 | eBay

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It has marker light hole so I would say it's for a 1969 to 70.

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OK that makes sense....you mean 69+? Since all US cars had the rear side marker light?

Can anyone else confirm or deny? Isn't there a body parts diagram somewhere? Thanks!
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You need a high arch fender and that 10551 fender is a high arch. Pretty sure the 10551 designates a USA FI 2 ltr car.

do you need a NOS left Rear??

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OK, so then it should be correct!

I dont really need a left rear, unless it was a REALLY good price
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Heck some of the rust on it looks serious ... hmmm; Why would it have rusted? Was it stored in the snow, or was it from a batch made from the infamous Russian steel?

I don't know, I like the fact that in most cases on my car I'm welding in metal that I know is properly made from Japan or NZ/Australia ... but I installed a (I believe) NOS rear panel on my car but it was as clean as a whistle when I bought it ...
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OK that makes sense....you mean 69+? Since all US cars had the rear side marker light?
The reason I said '69 because the light holes are not from a 71 to 74...




This is the side marker light for those....In red of course


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Heck some of the rust on it looks serious ... hmmm; Why would it have rusted? Was it stored in the snow, or was it from a batch made from the infamous Russian steel?

I don't know, I like the fact that in most cases on my car I'm welding in metal that I know is properly made from Japan or NZ/Australia ... but I installed a (I believe) NOS rear panel on my car but it was as clean as a whistle when I bought it ...
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My NOS AR panels are primed in mat black but do have some rust where the primer was scratched or thin.

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The reason I said '69 because the light holes are not from a 71 to 74...




This is the side marker light for those....In red of course

ARwrench you are most likely correct. One would have to remake that area for the later side markers but the rest is the same.

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OK so it should be perfectly fine for my 74, save for the side marker holes (which I was planning on filling anyway), correct?
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105.51 is a US spec 1969 GTV.

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FYI I finally got the fender and its a perfect fit!

Well, it will be once its actually welded in....
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