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Old 08-07-2017, 10:02 PM
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Default 1969 Rear Bumper Parts

Looking for the rubber and metal part shown in the bumper end in this picture...
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What did you do with the one you had??
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simple enough to make all it is, is the stop. as I recall the 69 fit tight up agent the base of the light. and this kept it from rattling. the metal tab is or should be welded in place
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Is it safe to assume that these would have been the same as those on the rear bumper ends on all '69 Cadillacs? If so, they cannot be that hard to find.
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I'm thinking the only difference in the pro car and the standard Caddy was the long bolt and energy shock. as I recall that was missing on the 69 with no holes in the body for it. got one in there we don't need and I thing my assistants day of helping may be over.
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here is the one I meant to put up
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