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    Default 86 Crown Vic bumpers

    Looking to replace mine. Front is rusted through and is covered with chrome Boo-Boo tape.
    Help a new guy out please.....

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    Where are you located?

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    Elysburg PA 17824

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    Still looking...
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    I will have my mint set up for grabs as soon as I am done converting over to newer fascias but I am in Ontario.

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    In the Detroit metro area. Those I would need for my 87CV. Please let me know! If willing to ship.
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    I'm interested too..
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    I really don't think I can ship these or perhaps I should say the cost of shipping will be more than some of the cars here are worth. lol These things weight a ton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bean View Post
    I really don't think I can ship these or perhaps I should say the cost of shipping will be more than some of the cars here are worth. lol These things weight a ton.
    OMG.. I got nothin'... That's funny.
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    I don't know how economical/weight/cost considerations come into it, but I remember reading Greyhound ships freight. A bumper might fit nicely under the side of the bus, packed in cardboard & squirreled away under a bunch of soft, soft luggage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sxcpotatoes View Post
    I don't know how economical/weight/cost considerations come into it, but I remember reading Greyhound ships freight. A bumper might fit nicely under the side of the bus, packed in cardboard & squirreled away under a bunch of soft, soft luggage.
    I get many parts via Greyhound. Excellent way to ship. Averages $1 per pound. Have not had anything damaged or lost. Just pack well and put contact information clearly on box.

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    The only downside with greyhound is it may take 1-2 months to get a package. it took about that long for me to get some quarter panels shipped from them
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    I understand Fastenal does store to store shipments of bulky stuff, no clue about rates or quality but maybe another option to look at if you've got one nearby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadget73 View Post
    I understand Fastenal does store to store shipments of bulky stuff, no clue about rates or quality but maybe another option to look at if you've got one nearby.
    I'll check into Fastenal near me. Great idea..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brown_Muscle View Post
    The only downside with greyhound is it may take 1-2 months to get a package. it took about that long for me to get some quarter panels shipped from them
    MONTHS ?? Wow. I have never had a shipment that took over a week for doors, sun roof assemblies and huge heavy boxes of parts. Quarter panels are pretty large though and Greyhound is space available.

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