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Just a question...Does the factory nose of C4S fits directly on a 2003 Cab, I mean is the replacement direct without any modification ? Is the width the same ? I personally think that is the best looking nose ever desing by Porsche..till now.

Do you have an idea of how much $ will ask Porsce for it ?

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Antonio, the C4S front nose is nearly a direct fit. The actual steel bumper behind the poly cover is too long for the C4S bumper cover. That is because of the placement of the grills. A smaller steel bumper has to be used (cost about $250), or the steel bumper can be "cut down" to a size that will allow the C4S bumper cover to be mounted properly. The only other part that I know of are the "eyebrows", the little chrome colored pieces between the top of the C4S bumper and the base of the headlights. Of course there are the 3 grilles needed in the C4S bumper cover as well.

Here are a few pics showing the cut down steel bumper behine the poly cover. If you buy a bumper like on ebay, make sure you get the grilles, eyebrows, and black spoiler lip. The grilles new cost over $650, and the spoiler lip is another 120 bucks.







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Oh, and one other thing Antonio, if you don't buy a turbo nose from a private party or on ebay then I would recommend Gert Carnewal at Carnewal WebsiteHe is very familiar with this conversion and has excellent pricing for the pieces....assuming you want to stay with a "factory" part. :)

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