Innocenti Mini T full width rear bumper

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Innocenti Mini T full width rear bumper

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Innocenti mini T full width rear bumper NOS stilling having the stud protectors installed. $1700
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Re: Innocenti Mini T full width rear bumper

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Price drop to $1500
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Re: Innocenti Mini T full width rear bumper

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I wonder if the Innocenti T rear bumper is similar to the rare early Mini Pickup full width bumper, but looks like the number of fixing studs is different?

Rear Bumpers
Two different types of rear bumper were factory fitted to the Mini pick-up throughout its production. The first, fitted from inception, January 1961, to 1969, was the one-piece full width bumper.

The second type, was the twin quarter bumpers that were already standard fitment on Mini vans and estates. These were fitted when pick-ups were re-branded as Mini Pick-up's in October 1969 until production ended in 1983, most likely to reduce manufacturing costs.

As the number of surviving pre-1970 cars declines full width bumpers have become extremely rare and fetch a hefty price when they are occasionally offered for sale. Fitment of the two types is not universal. The full width bumper has 7 fixing studs attached across it's length while the twin quarter bumpers have 2 studs at each end. Accordingly the flange at the rear, underneath the tailgate, has a different number of mounting holes according to which bumper the car was originally fitted with. On cars fitted with the full width bumper the flange is also lower down to allow the tailgate to be opened without restriction.

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Re: Innocenti Mini T full width rear bumper

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I would consider it interchangeable with the pickup bumper as the stud locations line up with my pickup bumpers. Just a slightly different shape. Also all Vans pickups and estates used the same rear valance panels so there should be no difference in the shape of the rear.
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