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    Is that an original one piece front bumper?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NTFDAY View Post
    Is that an original one piece front bumper?
    On the wagon or mine? Yes to both.

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    Nice, fine looking piece of machinery!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FordyG View Post
    On the wagon or mine? Yes to both.

    Those are fairly rare since it's my understanding they only came on cars sold in Ca.
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    I'll try and remember to ask about it to be sure, I'm a little more ignorant on the 57 as I wasn't involved in it, the owner has had the car since 1969.

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    Here is couple shots maybe you can tell better on the bumper? Is there an aftermarket support for those? I'll still ask about it.

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    So hoping to get the last of the major fabrication done on my truck this weekend? New job didn't work out cause I am not eligible to work for the government I found out, someone didn't register for selective service when they was 18.

    Here is a little tidbit on hot rod magazine with the wagon my bro built, full article to come soon.
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    Made some filler panels to clean up the rear, the roll pans for these trucks never look right.

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    Added a little bead rolling to the top one.

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    Love the rear "pan"... the bead detail seems perfect.
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    A great idea on the filler panel, and like Mike says the bead work is spot on. Nice work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rspears View Post
    A great idea on the filler panel, and like Mike says the bead work is spot on. Nice work!
    Thanks guys, cleans up all that empty space they have back there, also I believe we used either a coupe bumper or a truck front bumper which has much more curvature than the rear truck bumper. I think it helps add to the curves the rest of the truck has outside that bed, bumper brackets where also shortened up a bit.
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    Haven't seen it on the floor in a long while.

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    It's gonna be a looker, that's for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    It's gonna be a looker, that's for sure.
    I sure hope so.

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    Really like the way the bumpers came out! Front end is way kewl!
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