1959 Ford Rear Bumper Brackets - Original on 2040-parts.com
Houston, Texas, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
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1959 FORD REAR BUMPER BRACKETS
Original, not aftermarket
Item is located at Superior Chrome Plating in Houston TX, in business since 1952.(justchromeit.com) It can be repaired, straightened and rechromed before shipment if you wish. Chrome will be show car quality and there is a lifetime warranty on the chrome for all bumpers. Please contact us for a price if you want the item to be rechromed.
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