For Sale NOS 70 SPORT FURY GT REAR BUMPER PLYMOUTH TRIM $600.00

Exterior Mopar Parts For Sale

  1. ph23vo

    ph23vo Well-Known Member

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    NOS NOS...this is the correct SPORT FURY ONLY REAR BUMPER TRIM..this is the SCREW ON STYLE used on some cars not all.. seems later cars had this setup.. 600.00+ 125.00 ship usa in a PVC PIPE!

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    A good price for a very difficult part to find IMHO.
     
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    I had to go out to the shop and look at the ones I have. I didn't know there was a screw mounted version. I figured a previous owner ruined it by screwing it on.
     
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    crazy they did this.. i suspect i twas because you have to remove the entire bumper to repalce the trim..and the screw on style made it a snap no bumper removal needed..
     
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    NEW PRICE 400.00 MUST SELL NEED IT GONE
     
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    Dan, do you know why some of these panels have screw holes and mounting pins and some only have the pins?
     
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    Early production cars do not use screws. Later production cars use the screws.

    I suspect it was a engineering production decision, based on a manufacturing time scale.
     
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    FWIW - I don't know where the early/late build cut off date is, but my 9/10/1970 built GT does not have the screws.
     
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    SOLD SOLD SOLD!...snooze ya luze,,,