Date: Fri, 9 Mar 2001 00:31:53 +1200
Reply-To: Andrew Grebneff <andrew.grebneff@STONEBOW.OTAGO.AC.NZ>
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From: Andrew Grebneff <andrew.grebneff@STONEBOW.OTAGO.AC.NZ>
Subject: Paging Chris Turner
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A listee passed this info on to me.
>As far as bumpers go, I agree that the plastic bumper look so much more
>attractive. However, they are just as useless as the metal bumpers from a
>vehicle protection standpoint. Good thing VW installed that hefty structural
>bumper to go under it. You may want to check w/ Chris Turner about the broken
>bumper that he had for sale. He offered them to me for $X for two bumpers.
>IIRC they were both broken in the middle. The plus side is they will be less
>expensive to ship in their present condition (shorter package).
Do you still have 'em? Exactly what condition are these bumpers in? Do they
have all the necessary bracketry etc to retrofit to a steel-bumpered 84? Is
there an airdam?
If so, and they're not totalled, I'd be interested, especially if you're in
the LA area, where I can have them forwarded from in a containerload of car
165 Evans St, Dunedin, New Zealand
fax 64 (3) 479-7527
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Macintosh 7500/200/64, 6116/60/24, LCIII, LC, Classic, Plus
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