no there are no new ones avalable that I know of. You can fix the one you have,with flixible body putty or find a better replacement at the wrecking yard. Then theirs a Ferrari replica front end. Manufacturers of these kits will sell you just the nose,if thats all you want.....maybe someone has a link.
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I took my aero noes to the http://www.topix.com/yp/san...755d-the-bumper-shop and they have a process that fixes the shape of the "plastic" parts. It involves with dipping the parts in a heated solution as the parts have a memory and they go back into shape. The place also repairs splits or broken tabs, removes the paint and it came back looking like a NOS part. It was about $250 about six years ago. There should be other places in the uS that does similar work.
They are unfortunately urethane though, so you'll have the same issues again at some point.
You can get a fiberglass one from http://fierofiberglass.com/...es/FrontBumpers.html It should avoid any potential sagging problems, but will be more prone to cracking and such, if anything bumps into it (if you parallel park, or scrape a cement stop with it, or anything like that).
The actual bumper you'd get if you bought one, looks pretty saggy and not so great, in those pics. The pics of actual cars, are probably actually OEM stock bumpers in good condition.
Also, if you search for info about the duraflex products on this forum, and some others, you'll find plenty of reviews that don't favor them. A lot of fitment issues and such, and extreme work to be done to make the bumpers fit.
A whole lot of aero front fascias look like that over time. It's fairly common. It's primarily because of the aero nose's design with it having a lot of weight on the bottom and the material it's made out of is why it flexes, but other factors along with it including changes in temperature is what makes it flex like it does.
If you can do with out your car for a few days take the nose off, put it nose down on a soft blanket and fill it gently with small rocks in a warm place, let the sun gently do its work. You can then support the nose however you wish. Just be sure you give the expanding foam a place to go when you use it, otherwise you can have disastrous results. The stuff is stronger than you may realize. Use it as support but not to force fill out the bumper.