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Technical Bumper What is it for ??

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by porsche930dude, Nov 13, 2019.

  1. porsche930dude
    Joined: Jan 5, 2008
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    I picked up this bumper in my travels does anyone know what it is from? I want to try and sell it. Thanks!
     

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  2. '36 Ford?
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2019
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  3. Johnboy34
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    from Seattle,Wa

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  4. ........Good eye. I think you are right.
     
  5. alchemy
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    The bumper is worthless, it's beyond restoration. The irons are worth selling though.
     
  6. Yes you are right about 2 grooves on the 36, they are etched into my mind, I spent along time filling them with paint, how’d I miss that. :) Mitch
     
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  7. F&J
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    Well...it sure looks in pic #2 that the drivers side iron was broken and grape welded near the mounting bolt.

    tough sell even at 10 bucks at a swap
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  8. Someone who's a member of The True Church of Patina should come forth and lay hands on it for a sizeable donation. ;)
     
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  9. porsche930dude
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    Cool I know a few guys that might want it. Thanks for the help
     
  10. Country Joe
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    Waiting for Squirel to see the title of this thread and answer, "To protect the front and rear of the car"
     
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  11. That right there is funny!!
     
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  12. pitman
    Joined: May 14, 2006
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    'We' engineers take things literally. :rolleyes:
    Mr Sq. draws upon, or shares experience well.
     
  13. Squablow
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    Yup, don't throw away stuff just because it's scummy looking, someone may still want it. I had a pair of 47-53 Chevy truck chrome bumpers that were very worn looking and I sold the pair for what brand new ones cost, and had several people afterward ask me if I had access to matching worn bumper bolts.

    It may not be your thing, but that should have value to someone, shame to scrap it.
     
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  14. TagMan
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    '36 bumpers are angled more on the ends. I think they are '34 or earlier.
     
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