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Restoring 1970 rear bumper back to OE



Can anyone tell me what would be involved in getting this back to original? I have a nice LP panel. Not sure if the original one is underneath this conversation? I know itís just a picture but if anyone could give me a idea of what could possibly be involved.
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Old 05-18-2019, 03:04 PM
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Hard to tell...you really need to remove that updated center panel to understand what is going on underneath. Could be a very simple retrofit of the original license plate panel.
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If you want to sell that panel, let me know. I have a 74 that got updated to a 964 and need a decent one.
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Going to remove it ASAP. And yes I would be willing to sell that panel.
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Send me a PM when you have it off and have some good pictures of it. Let me know if it is a SAE73 or SAE77 and how much you want for it. No rush.
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Yep you have to remove it first to see. I had a '71T that someone put this panel on. I took it off unfortunately the rear center panel was removed. This was a long time ago so I can't tell you more than that.
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Removed. Very easy. Glad to see original bumper supports in place. If they were cut it would have been much more work. No oe lp panel. But I have a 1970 or panel. Anyone know how difficult installing? Anyone in the cherry hill NJ area that does paint and body work? Thanks!


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