Vetter Fairing Company

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Vetter Fairing Company
Industry Motorcycle accessories
Fate Assets acquired by Bell-Riddell Inc.
Founded Rantoul, Illinois, USA (November 1966 (1966-11))
Defunct 1983 (1983)
Key people
Craig Vetter, founder
Production output
10,000 original Windjammer
25,000 Windjammer II
75,000 Windjammer III
150,000 Windjammer SS[1]
Number of employees
c. 500[2]
Windjammer motorcycle fairing, one of Vetter's most famous products

The Vetter Fairing Company was a manufacturer of motorcycle accessories including the Windjammer series of motorcycle fairings. The business was founded by Craig Vetter in 1966,[3] sold in 1978,[4] and went bankrupt in 1983. Bell-Riddell Inc. acquired the assets, and produced fairings for a few years.

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