Tuner Tuesday Afternoon Accessories: Volkswagen Corrado Zender bumper covers

Zender. There are few other names in tuning quite as polarizing in the Volkswagen crowd. Though I think they don’t do much to enhance the look of most of the cars they kit out, there are many enthusiasts who love the Zender pieces. For you, this is a rare treat look at a Corrado Zender kit that is brand new – the front and rear bumper covers are in different auctions, so follow the links or the pictures to see each individual auction:

Year: 1989-1995
Model: Corrado Zender
Condition: New
Price: $374.95 Buy It Now (Front), $349.95 Buy It Now (Rear)

CLICK FOR DETAILS: Zender Corrado Front Bumper on eBay

CLICK FOR DETAILS: Zender Corrado Rear Bumper on eBay

(Front)
Zender front bumper, Corrado G60

Zender front bumper, Corrado . Shipping truck freight, too large for UPS ground. Flat rate to lower 48 states is $190.

(Rear)
Zender rear bumper, Corrado G60

Zender rear bumper, Corrado . Shipping truck freight, too large for UPS ground. Flat rate to lower 48 states is $190.

I’ve never been a huge fan of the Zender body pieces, but they do have a devoted following and many seek them out. It’s hard to find these pieces in new condition, so if you’ve been looking the price probably won’t be too shocking to you!

-Carter

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One Comment on "Tuner Tuesday Afternoon Accessories: Volkswagen Corrado Zender bumper covers"

  1. Ry says:

    I don’t know what’s cooler about those wheels:
    - that they are large, mostly solid, and colored red
    - that the word turbo is on every wheel twice (because “G-Lader” wouldn’t have the same panache that “turbo” does)
    - or that there are large arrows on each wheel indicating direction of rotation…if you happened to be doing some hot laps in total darkness and wanted to rotate your tires using only the available moonlight, without needing to actually look at the tread pattern or the arrows on any directional tire’s sidewall.

    I just hope in some crazy year that they outsold those Ronal bear shaped wheels that graced every tire rack ad in every car magazine I got for a good decade.