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Username Post: my g3 1974 chevelle
Keith Seymore 
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Keith Seymore
Loc: Southeast Michigan
Reg: 09-17-08
03-12-14 08:28 AM - Post#2435065    
    In response to dynchel

  • dynchel Said:
I made that using a old steel shelf. I mocked it up out of cardboard, then transferred to sheet metal. It came out nice enough that I paid $40.00 to have it powder coated. It is mounted to the factory holes in the bottom of the bumper. If you'd like more detailed photos of it let me know.



Nicely done; thank you, no.

I have a fiberglass front bumper so I don't think it would withstand mounting anything to it.

I had a Chevy truck part mounted further back (under the rad support) for many, many years. It finally broke and I did not replace it. I'm not sure I can tell much difference.

K
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