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Cadillac Front Bumper Guards 1974 on 2040-parts.com

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Eden, Utah, United States

Eden, Utah, United States
These 1974 Cadillac Bumper Guards are in good useable condition. They are not dented, cracked or rusted. They need a good cleaning, but can be used in a "driver" quality car. They are not show quality.
Brand:Cadillac General Motors Surface Finish:Chrome Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

1974 Cadillac Front Bumper Guards. This pair of bumper guards is on good useable condition. They need a good cleaning, but they are not rusted, bent, or dented. The chrome is not perfect, but is useable for a driver type cadillac.  Please look closely at all of the photos and the shipping cost. These are heavy steel bumper guards and the shipping cost, based on the weight, might be more than expected. The starting bid is only $20.00 for both of the bumper guards.

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