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EMPI, a company that produced aftermarket parts for various air-cooled Volkswagens, expanded to fiberglass dune buggies in the late 1960s. The bodies have curved fenders similar to the contemporary Chevrolet Corvette.
The bodies were produced in two styles - 1968–1969 with plain back seat areas, and 1970 with a place to mount a tachometer in the hood, a more vertical license plate mount on the hood, and molded-in rear seats.
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