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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown_Muscle View Post
    Laying them on their face on concrete...
    Some people just dont think. They may have very well gently placed them there but it is not a good look.
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    Default 1979-89 ford country squire mercury station wagon license light shield cover nos

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    Default New 1982 - 1986 mercury grand marquis colony park front bumper new old stock

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    Default NOS 1983 - 1987 Mercury Grand Marquis Tail Lamp Seal LH E4MY-13A495-A

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    Wow that's a clean bumper! If it was a rear, I would have thought about jumping on it.


    I'm actually in need of one of these for the passenger's side as the one I have is shredded. I think that's the smaller style though so I don't think it will work for me (figured I could probably get a driver's side one working on the passenger's side). Sly suggested trunk seal in my RR thread so I guess I'll end up going that route.

    Example between two tail light seals (of course my car has one of each lol):


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    That second bumper looks like a good deal. Could use on a Ford too... especially if you wanted to delete the bumper guards with some carriage bolts
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    So many bumpers! I wonder why there's a far larger available stock of front ones over the years compared to rear ones. I realize more rear end crashes would have occurred, however you would think they also would have produced more due to this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainemantom View Post
    I wonder if they will replace the gas cylinder lifts on my 89 Lincoln ? Would they be too stiff for an aluminum hood ?
    I seem to remember looking at this and came to the conclusion that it won't just bolt up. I don't remember why exactly. I've kind of given up on those damn gas shocks though. I put 3 sets on last year, every one of them was bad right out of the box. Two of them were supposed to be for steel hoods too. Think I'll either fit a prop rod or just carry one of those telescoping jobs in the car.

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    I think one could fab up a stock looking prop rod without much fuss...junkyard parts included.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown_Muscle View Post
    So many bumpers! I wonder why there's a far larger available stock of front ones over the years compared to rear ones. I realize more rear end crashes would have occurred, however you would think they also would have produced more due to this...
    I wonder the same thing.

    I got lucky a few years back and found one on ebay. Local pick up only...located in Pittsburgh PA. A coworker resides there (freelance driver) and he picked up it for me, stored it and then drove it down to work one day when he was coming back from a cross country trip.

    My father had a nos one stored for years outside in a shed of my grandparents. It didn't survive. Became pitted to all hell. It hurt cutting that one up. Hindsight I should have kept it. This was over 15 years ago...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown_Muscle View Post
    So many bumpers! I wonder why there's a far larger available stock of front ones over the years compared to rear ones. I realize more rear end crashes would have occurred, however you would think they also would have produced more due to this...
    The rear bumpers rusted out in the rust belt areas. More in demand then the front bumpers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainemantom View Post
    The rear bumpers rusted out in the rust belt areas. More in demand then the front bumpers.
    Yep, exactly. My current GM's rear bumper is rusted out. The CV's bumper before that (which I still have) is on its way out as well and that one started without any rust. The rear bumper on my LTD also has some rust on it. All three cars don't have any rust on the front bumpers, just the back. I guess all the salt and crap gets kicked up in there and sits.


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    Default 1979 - 1986 FORD CROWN VICTORIA COUNTRY SQUIRE LH HEADLIGHT DOOR BEZEL excellent

    Seller has been trying to get double this as of late. Finally decided to drop the price..

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/22398849669...wAAOSwEg9ekMb-

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    Default 1983-1991 Ford LTD Crown Victoria Mercury Marquis NOS RED LH REAR DOOR ARM REST

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    Default CLEAR Ford Dome/Map Light Lens Replaces C5AZ-13783E, 74351, 47-4291 Mustang F150

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    Appears to be just the lens. LMC has it and is probably where the seller (or some one before them) got it. Cheaper too from LMC and brand new.

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    Thanks for doing the legwork. I initially thought it was cheaper from the ebay ad but clearly I am wrong. I know I purchased one through LMC years ago and thought it was more expensive than this ad. Nice piece btw.
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    I also thought it was more through LMC until I looked it up. I bought one for each '91. One with a blue LED (The Ice Car) and one with a white LED (The Scab). The white LED is nice and bright with the clear lense, not obnoxiously bright but right about perfectly bright.
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    $140 shipped, 4 available

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    That is CHEAP ! Just have to be careful in finding the right pads. steel and aluminum bumpers have different pads. Most will not interchange.

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